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    So today someone came into our Sixth Form to talk about University finance ... aiming to make us feel more comfortable about the funding that is available to us. I understand how the fees are repaid, 9% above £21000 and then it's written off after 30 years. I asked the girl who gave the presentation to us after if, say another government came in, could they change the rulings of how the money is repaid? Could they have the power to change that 9% to, say, 25% , or say the 30 year write off to 50 years, she said that she couldn't really say if that could happen. I'm probably worrying about nothing but what does everyone else think? I can't find any terms & conditions for student finance but is it set in stone that the rules set now can't change?
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    It depends really year to year things can change so keep an eye on it


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