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Student Loans Company – An unfolding disaster

University is not cheap. Starting with this obvious statement seems like a no-brainer, but a lot of people underestimate just how much students are going to have to spend on University education. Currently, you’ve got a maximum of £9,000 tuition fees, … Continue reading

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Student finance and funding: The support behind the costs

For new and prospective students, I can imagine it’ll be bewildering to think about the costs associated with university.  You’ll often hear parents and teachers telling you about how much of an investment it is (usually as a method of … Continue reading

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Should payday loan companies be banned from advertising at all UK universities?

The National Union of Students (NUS) has called on more UK universities to get behind its campaign aimed at protecting students from marketing by payday loan companies. Payday loan adverts are already banned from campus at the University of East … Continue reading

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