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    Hi, so basically im at uni and im also working part time, from student finance i receive a grant and i take out the loan. Will me working full time affect the amount of money that i receive from uni. Im working 16.25 hours a week.
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    It will not have any affect on your finance no.
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    It won't. But the cost to your studies will be significant.
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    (Original post by GaiusBalthar)
    It won't. But the cost to your studies will be significant.
    16 hrs p/w should be manageable (depending how it falls)

    you shouldn't need to be beasting yourself every waking hour to do alright - bit of external work commitment can give peoples lives a bit of structure and aid organisation imo.
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    (Original post by Joinedup)
    16 hrs p/w should be manageable (depending how it falls)

    you shouldn't need to be beasting yourself every waking hour to do alright - bit of external work commitment can give peoples lives a bit of structure and aid organisation imo.
    Completely agree . I found working a nice distraction from my course. But the original post queries the implications of working full-time. IMO, this would be highly detrimental.
 
 
 
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