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    How can I pay my tuition fees?

    My parents won't fund my education, they've already spent a lot of their savings on helping my brothers through university, and they aren't that keen on my going anyway.

    I qualify for a bursary, but that is still significantly short of the tuition fees.

    It will be difficult to find a job, most jobs will be mixed gender, and I am not comfortable in that situation.

    Can anyone suggest any halal loans?
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    Oh boy you're in for a treat in the real world.
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    Lmaoooooooo
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    Surely this is a joke thread...

    Edit: Oh **** it isn't.
    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Can anyone suggest any halal loans?
    Have you tried Student Finance yet? They can supply a loan to cover your tuition fees, and a maintenance loan to help cover your day-to-day costs. Assuming you're not in London and your parents' income doesn't qualify you for the minimum amount available, these should be enough to live a decent student lifestyle without getting a part-time job.
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    (Original post by mocha Frappe)
    Oh boy you're in for a treat in the real world.
    (Original post by alldayniqqa)
    Lmaoooooooo
    Any advice? If not, then don't feel the need to comment, thanks
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    Welcome to The modern world where women and men work together, if you cant handle this I dont see how you will get any real job
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How can I pay my tuition fees?

    My parents won't fund my education, they've already spent a lot of their savings on helping my brothers through university, and they aren't that keen on my going anyway.

    I qualify for a bursary, but that is still significantly short of the tuition fees.

    It will be difficult to find a job, most jobs will be mixed gender, and I am not comfortable in that situation.

    Can anyone suggest any halal loans?
    So will university and most things in life. Unless your parents are rich and will fund your tuition you will struggle I assume.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How can I pay my tuition fees?

    My parents won't fund my education, they've already spent a lot of their savings on helping my brothers through university, and they aren't that keen on my going anyway.

    I qualify for a bursary, but that is still significantly short of the tuition fees.

    It will be difficult to find a job, most jobs will be mixed gender, and I am not comfortable in that situation.

    Can anyone suggest any halal loans?
    It's hard. My tuition fees are paid by the nhs
    , but I've got to take living loan. May allah forgive me inshallah x

    I've heard of shiria loan
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    (Original post by Jenx301)
    So will university and most things in life. Unless your parents are rich and will fund your tuition you will struggle I assume.
    I am considering universities in Europe, for example they are free in Germany. Yes, University is mixed gender, but that can't be helped, and there at least will be other Muslim students in my situation who might help
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    You could do teaching in mosque which will be segregated or tutoring at home
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    ffs I thought you modern muslims weren't literalists
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How can I pay my tuition fees?


    Can anyone suggest any halal loans?
    Halal loans and jobs LOL you'll get far m8


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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    You could do teaching in mosque which will be segregated or tutoring at home
    That's a great idea, thanks

    Do you think that will be enough to cover the costs of university?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)

    It will be difficult to find a job, most jobs will be mixed gender, and I am not comfortable in that situation.

    Can anyone suggest any halal loans?
    LOOOL how did you survive this long in the UK...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Any advice? If not, then don't feel the need to comment, thanks
    Student loans don't require interest I'm pretty sure, that's why they're student loans. If they do then oh maaaaaaaan
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    Laughed at this post for a while.

    Anyho - work is work, and working with men isn't haram - keep the relationships strictly business if you're that scared
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    That's a great idea, thanks

    Do you think that will be enough to cover the costs of university?
    No it won't. You have to pay for a year upfront so unless you can get the mosque you work at to pay you 9k before you start uni, I doubt it.
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    (Original post by Squishy•)
    Student loans don't require interest I'm pretty sure, that's why they're student loans. If they do then oh maaaaaaaan
    Erm, they do. Sorry.
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    (Original post by Squishy•)
    Student loans don't require interest I'm pretty sure, that's why they're student loans. If they do then oh maaaaaaaan
    Student loans gain interest over time.
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    https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...ce-product.pdf

    Hope you find this helpful
 
 
 
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