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    Not that I'm going to apply to unis based on this (done UCAS :nosebleed:), but I'm interested. My family earn <£25,000 pa...
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    AFAIK Imperial. £6000/year
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    Are you looking at fee waivers or the ones to help with living costs?
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    (Original post by TVIO)
    AFAIK Imperial. £6000/year
    oh yeah, they sent me an email about that (applied to imperial)

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    Are you looking at fee waivers or the ones to help with living costs?
    sorry... i don't know the difference :rolleyes: can you explain? thanks
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    (Original post by 고구마)
    sorry... i don't know the difference :rolleyes: can you explain? thanks
    You have to pay tuition fees. Some unis offer a fee waiver (money off) your tuition fee if you're from a low income family. Some may also offer money off your accommodation too.
 
 
 
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