Discussion and questions about student financial support arrangements - from government loans and grants to university bursaries. Please use the main Money & Finance forum for more general financial topics.
Firstly consider what you could use the money for to put yourself in a better position. Are you likely to want a mortgage, need a car or be taking out a commercial loan for any other reason in the future? If so take the loan money, put it in savings if you don't need it and then use it to make mortgage repayments or other loan repayments cheaper. This will work out better as commercial loans have higher rates of interest and you have to pay everything back regardless of what you earn, whereas with the student loans if you don't manage to pay back £27k over your working life then that loan is free money, and if not it's money that has saved you money on a mortgage/other commercial borrowing which is still good.
(Original post by Muscovite)
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