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    not particularly. my husband and myself survived without any help other than student finance and overdraft.

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    what did you study if you dont mind me asking
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    If your parents earn over £20k SFE assume/expect them to give you money to help with living costs. But in reality they can't/won't always give you money so you might need to get a job, some people do this whilst at 6th form, others take a gpa year to get a fulltime job and other work while at uni. My parents earn ~£35k in total and I get enough off SFE to live off without getting a job or much help from my family.
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    its borderline possible.
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    what did you study if you dont mind me asking
    I'm in my final year of mddia studies and my husband graduated with a computer engineering degree

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    I'm in my final year of mddia studies and my husband graduated with a computer engineering degree

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    Today was actually the last day id take money from my parents.

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    I'm having this worry. My dad earns 45 a year and I've never looked at him and thought you should be helping me through university. I have really good grades from college yet I've found only one scholarship from all the unis that interest me I'm actually entitled to. My parents have enough to pay out for let alone pay out for me. Grants I can understand government can't give money to everyone but scholarships should be based on academic only!
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    (Original post by narissaa)
    I'm having this worry. My dad earns 45 a year and I've never looked at him and thought you should be helping me through university. I have really good grades from college yet I've found only one scholarship from all the unis that interest me I'm actually entitled to. My parents have enough to pay out for let alone pay out for me. Grants I can understand government can't give money to everyone but scholarships should be based on academic only!
    Scholarships aren't based on income.
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    Scholarships aren't based on income.
    Not all, but a majority are. Income has to be under 25,000
 
 
 

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