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    Just wanna compare, this seems like the right category. Anyways, I'll be getting 3200 from loan and 2000 from parents. Hbu?
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    I dont know how much money i have
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    (Original post by Hitashami)
    2000 from parents. Hbu?
    Generous parents.
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    (Original post by Hitashami)
    Just wanna compare, this seems like the right category. Anyways, I'll be getting 3200 from loan and 2000 from parents. Hbu?
    Are you living in accommodation or at home?
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    (Original post by Hitashami)
    Just wanna compare, this seems like the right category. Anyways, I'll be getting 3200 from loan and 2000 from parents. Hbu?
    Living at home ?

    I'll have full loan with a bit of that being grant - so a few hundred I'll not have to potentially pay back, I'll be careful not to spend it all at once.

    Uni college match funds any grant element so a couple more hundred there.

    I've a full time job for this month and next month, so prob another £1000 and maybe up to £1500 left out of that come end September.
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    I only look at how much I have when I want something big otherwise hardly know how much is about.
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    Probably about 1400 pm if I get this certain job. Otherwise about 300 pm

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    No. living on campus. Might have to ask parents for extra 2 grand now that I think of it.

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    That's a huge difference. Must be full time job.

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    Well, since my loan is low, my parents have the income to support me so I think it's fine.

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    about 3000 from the govt and 2000 annuity and then 1200 from summer jobs
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    You didn't quote anyone. Who are your replies for?

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    I get a boat load of student loan (prepared for incoming hatred) totalling over 11k a year. I don't live on campus, myself and my husband have a house, (7k a year rent) and bills on top. So i will possibly break even, and live on my husbands wage.

    If anyone wants a full breakdown id be happy to provide it, maybe some people aren't getting all their entitled too? Also please look into local bursaries and grants!
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    (Original post by Pippa1992)
    I get a boat load of student loan (prepared for incoming hatred) totalling over 11k a year. I don't live on campus, myself and my husband have a house, (7k a year rent) and bills on top. So i will possibly break even, and live on my husbands wage.

    If anyone wants a full breakdown id be happy to provide it, maybe some people aren't getting all their entitled too? Also please look into local bursaries and grants!
    Is your husband earning a fairly high amount? Because if so, I don't know how you're getting 11k.

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    You didn't quote anyone. Who are your replies for?

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    (Original post by Pippa1992)
    I get a boat load of student loan (prepared for incoming hatred) totalling over 11k a year. I don't live on campus, myself and my husband have a house, (7k a year rent) and bills on top. So i will possibly break even, and live on my husbands wage.

    If anyone wants a full breakdown id be happy to provide it, maybe some people aren't getting all their entitled too? Also please look into local bursaries and grants!
    Yeah, I'll make sure to look into grants and bursaries. Initially i was only coming in with around 5 grand.
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    £7249 from the government (Loan+Bursary, I get the max amount)

    About £3000 - £4000 saved up from working
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    (Original post by ooh-la-laa)
    Living at home ?

    I'll have full loan with a bit of that being grant - so a few hundred I'll not have to potentially pay back, I'll be careful not to spend it all at once.

    Uni college match funds any grant element so a couple more hundred there.

    I've a full time job for this month and next month, so prob another £1000 and maybe up to £1500 left out of that come end September.
    No. living on campus. Might have to ask parents for extra 2 grand now that I think of it.

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