so who is not going to uni because of high tuition fees??
is it having an affect or do u not care about it??
i've been saving all my ema for the one year i've been getting not that its going to make any difference to what im gonna have to pay
so what are your views??
My views are that you should get a student loan to cover it. You don't pay up front dip****
Really don't get the neg.
You're looking at around 80K of debt for a course that long, it's definitely worth considering alternatives to uni.
Especially as that kind of course is likely to lead to quite a well paid job where you stand a real chance of paying all of it off throughout your working life.
Ask yourself, is this course really going to earn you 80K more over your lifetime by taking it?
Are there any shorter routes into the same profession?
Have you considered the possibility of studying abroad? For example..... tuition fees at Dutch universities are around £1.5K for EU students
well this was stupid... if you went to university this year you pay 3000+ a year for the full length of your course(the 5/6 years) not the 3000+ for this year then 9000+ the rest so....
The people that are saying 'oh you pay it off in small chunks' yes - but you still have a hell of a lot of debt. I would hate to have more than £50k debt hanging over me, plus more when I want to buy a house etc. It is pretty terrifying.