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    Where it is income based, does it mean that a higher income household will receive less or that you get the same but have to pay back more (as opposed to having non repayable grant).

    My father is self employed so each year is different but if it means that one year I receive a smaller amount I'll be stuck. However if it just means that I have less of a grant and just have to pay back more of the loan I'll be happy. Quite confused.


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    Grants don't exist any more.

    Income based = Higher household income, means less loan. Some of the loan isn't income based and some is based on where you study.
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    Grants don't exist any more.

    Income based = Higher household income, means less loan. Some of the loan isn't income based and some is based on where you study.
    Welsh students still get a grant.

    What I mean is will have a smaller amount given or does everyone get the same amount just differs by how much you pay back. Seems as if you get a smaller amount but a friend said everyone gets the same and now I'm confused


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