Manchester Uni giving bursaries to most talented Watch

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ChemistBoy
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(Original post by Speciez99)
No this was before the news article. Its not meant to solve anything just give you abit of an incentive.
Students will choose physics purely for financial reasons; this doesn't make good physicists, which is what we need.
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I say well done Manchester - and Leeds Met, too (they've lowered the tuition fees to £2000 per student: ok, still more expensive than now, but it's still good). I, personally, think it's great that it's for students with any income. OK, I can understand how this will be annoying if some rich kid gets it BUT, for people just over the boundary to get the minimum loan, they have no extra help but their families aren't rich enough to help too much.
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huh, dont all unis do that? I get £3000 for free from my uni.
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Bloody hell. No, they do not. Damnit.
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So....where do i queue
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I am apparantly entitled to free stuff like PCs but I can't be bothered going through the process and I don't entierly agree with it.

Book money will be nice though.
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