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    I've been looking at the loans il be entitled to for Uni in September, I can only get my tuition fee and £3500, my parents will help me out but how am I going to find the excess for accommodation and live?!


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    (Original post by NutMeg18)
    I've been looking at the loans il be entitled to for Uni in September, I can only get my tuition fee and £3500, my parents will help me out but how am I going to find the excess for accommodation and live?!


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    Uk student, I'm quite happy to get a job, and my parents will help me where they can, but it just doesn't seem enough money


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    You may be entitled to a scholarship. Have you checked with your uni to see if you can get anything like that?
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    I've looked and there's nothing available due to my parent's income. In theory they are just about able to make up the difference but it will be a struggle for all of us. I'll just have to earn as much as i can I guess, at least I luckily have savings from my current job


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    Scholarships are normally based on academic performance rather than parents income.
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    (Original post by OU Student)
    Scholarships are normally based on academic performance rather than parents income.
    The only ones I can find need much higher grades than I can get unfortunately, thanks for the advice though
 
 
 
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