Imperial students must be loaded. Watch

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If the imperial bursary (if applicable) =£6000 then you get maintenance grant (if applicable) =£3000
that is total of £9000? So i'm guessing some of the students are really loaded, or does the money go really quick without realising it?? :confused:
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(Original post by hajs)
If the imperial bursary (if applicable) =£6000 then you get maintenance grant (if applicable) =£3000
that is total of £9000? So i'm guessing some of the students are really loaded, or does the money go really quick without realising it?? :confused:

You can also get a maintenance loan which is up to £7,675 for London students. You do not have to be "loaded" to attend Imperial, especially if you budget wisely.
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You can also get a maintenance loan which is up to £7,675 for London students. You do not have to be "loaded" to attend Imperial, especially if you budget wisely.
I think you misunderstood, what i meant was that surely those who attend imperial have a lot of money savings etc because it has one of the highest paying bursary schemes..
So what im saying is, does all that £9000 go quickly like with transport clubs etc or is it easy to save?
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Oh, I see what you mean. I don't actually attend Imperial just yet, but the London grants are higher for a reason. I saw one presentation from Imperial itself that said it costs about £13,000 to live in London for a year at uni.
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Things cost about 50% higher on average in London, and Imperial is in the most expensive part of London .
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Well, I can tell you that I'm most certainly not loaded, and I've been doing fine this past little while
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Some people on the maximum bursary could probably make a profit here. I just about live on my bursary, but of course it's means tested so not everyone is in my situation
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Some people on the maximum bursary could probably make a profit here. I just about live on my bursary, but of course it's means tested so not everyone is in my situation
my point !! thats 18k for 3 years on maximum bursary
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