Student Loans for final years Watch

emmathe37th
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I didn't find this out until last week and a lot of my friends didn't know so I thought I'd tell you guys.

Your loan goes down in your final year. This is because you finish earlier in the year and most Unis don't charge rent for the final term....except Lancaster. So yeah, the maximum loan is down from £4510 to £4175. :mad:

the student finance page that says it

Just so you all know
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LubyLoo
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:bawling:

My loan doesn't cover my accommodation already.
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That's me getting a job over summer then
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Yip I'm in final year and my loan went down, however I got more this year from the ALF fund so it kinda makes up for it
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