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    Hi guys.
    Looking online for scholarship I found that universities like Oxford give 2000£ as scholarship.
    There are universities that gives more, in case of good marks?

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    Most red brick/Russel group universities offer £1000 for AAA and £2000 for A*A*A. however some universities will increase this offer if you get the same grades and an unconditional offer from them.
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    (Original post by MarcsRobinson)
    Most red brick/Russel group universities offer £1000 for AAA and £2000 for A*A*A. however some universities will increase this offer if you get the same grades and an unconditional offer from them.
    Is there no way to have no tuition fees?
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    as far as I am aware, not if you're studying in England
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    (Original post by MarcsRobinson)
    as far as I am aware, not if you're studying in England
    Yes I was referred to England.
    In this case with is the best thing you can get?
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    (Original post by WiSi)
    Is there no way to have no tuition fees?
    Nope, unfortunately not!
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    (Original post by cat_mac)
    Nope, unfortunately not!
    Wow.
    Were I live if you have high grade you pay no tax, with the exception of the first year, because you have not already taken any tax.
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    Does the non-British students have access to loans?

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    yes, but they have significantly higher interest rates
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    (Original post by Yipyipee)
    yes, but they have significantly higher interest rates
    Wow...are you serious or is a joke?
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    nope im serious, youll have to get it through i private company, since the government has strict rules
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    (Original post by Yipyipee)
    nope im serious, youll have to get it through i private company, since the government has strict rules
    What if I ask a loan in my country to study outside it?
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    (Original post by WiSi)
    What if I ask a loan in my country to study outside it?
    idk about that
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    (Original post by Yipyipee)
    idk about that
    How much high is the interest for foreign students ?
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    it depends on the compan, you can easily find them with a quick google search
    for uk students with a government loan, it is at the rate of inflation plus 3%, but you only start paying back in small amounts once you start earning £25,000
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    (Original post by Yipyipee)
    it depends on the compan, you can easily find them with a quick google search
    for uk students with a government loan, it is at the rate of inflation plus 3%, but you only start paying back in small amounts once you start earning £25,000
    After you obtain a salary of £25.000, or after you earn $25.000
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    (Original post by WiSi)
    After you obtain a salary of £25.000, or after you earn $25.000
    we are in the uk, its in £££. whwn you have a yyearly salary of £25000 or above, 9% of the amount of money which you make above £25000 is taken from your salary(eg. if you make 32,000, it is 32000-25000=7000) its barely anything, so it doesnt affect most people.
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    Check out this guide, it has a lot of information that’s relevant to the questions you’re asking!
    https://www.savethestudent.org/inter...-students.html
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    (Original post by Yipyipee)
    we are in the uk, its in £££. whwn you have a yyearly salary of £25000 or above, 9% of the amount of money which you make above £25000 is taken from your salary(eg. if you make 32,000, it is 32000-25000=7000) its barely anything, so it doesnt affect most people.
    Yes, you're are.
    Considering this numbers it is not a great problem, not as big as in the US.

    What usually do people that drop out?
 
 
 
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