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    Hello there,
    I have come to the conclusion that I will have to live on campus due to me living 2 hrs away. The dilemma I am in is that I worked out that living in the halls for the first year would be OK financially due to the maintenance loan given. But I'm worried I may not be financially stable for the second and third year when you move out. Due to the course I'm considering ( midwifery) I was wondering if those midwifery students got a part time job considering the course is quite full on to be able to financially support themselves in the second and third year? Due to this I'm debating whether to go to middlesex as it's my only university I have that's giving me an interview OR to take a gap year and try and get in to a university closer to home.
    Thank you any advice given I'll appreciate it!
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