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    Hey,

    I'm a low income student. I am applying to a university that I really like because I love the city and have family connections there.

    I would be entitled to the full bursary at any university, at the main russell group/1994 ones this is around £1200

    However, at the uni I want to go to, it has been cut from £1000 to £600 this application cycle.

    If you were in my position, would this put you off?
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    Cut it loose and if you really want the money, get a job.
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    (Original post by Nottingham_Banker)
    Hey,

    I'm a low income student. I am applying to a university that I really like because I love the city and have family connections there.

    I would be entitled to the full bursary at any university, at the main russell group/1994 ones this is around £1200

    However, at the uni I want to go to, it has been cut from £1000 to £600 this application cycle.

    If you were in my position, would this put you off?
    Put me off what exactly? Going to university altogether? Well, if you really want to go, you make it not matter.
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    (Original post by Nottingham_Banker)
    Hey,

    I'm a low income student. I am applying to a university that I really like because I love the city and have family connections there.

    I would be entitled to the full bursary at any university, at the main russell group/1994 ones this is around £1200

    However, at the uni I want to go to, it has been cut from £1000 to £600 this application cycle.

    If you were in my position, would this put you off?
    If you can get full bursaries at any Uni then you would also qualify for full funding which is 7k+

    600 is hardly gonna change much
 
 
 
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