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    Basically, I'm worried about uni next year because of the fees going up obviously- I'm sure many others are too!

    I've saved £2000 to go towards living costs and i'm hoping in the next year i can bump this up to 4k...


    What I want to really know is whether the student loans are going to increase in accordance to with the rise of tuition fees costs and how much does your loan actually cover, in addition to accommodation costs for those living away from home.

    All advice and reassurance would really be appreciated.. these may seem like basic questions but I don't have the slightest clue about finance or loans.. so simplified versions of what I've been reading into would be amazing!

    Thanks guys!
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    The official regulations on student finance haven't been finalised yet, but I would imagine that the government are going to increase tuition fee loans in line with fees. There's no guarantee they will do this, but I would think that if they didn't it would stop a lot of people going to university.
 
 
 
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