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    If you recieve the maximum loans and doing a four year course. Taking intto account interest rates and inflation ?

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    Depends on where you're studying.
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    Weell about £3225 for each year of the course.
    And then like you get about three grand of the loan if you get most of it and that for each year, so quite a lot of money!
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    at a uni open day they said it the whole thing should cost you around £9000 per year. So take off any grants etc u might get then that will leave u with the possible debt left over.
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    I think I've got about £23,000. Ish.
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    a lot.
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    32k when i finish if not more
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    Depends if youre living away from home, outside or in london, doing a placement mine is approx -

    Year 1 £6,600
    Year 2 £6,800
    Year 3 £1,200
    Year 4 £7,000

    So £22,500 approx.
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    er around £25,000 but thats because my current degree is 5yrs long (4yrs + placement) and i did 2 years of another degree before starting ugh im so glad my overdraft is relatively small in comparison to other student's and that i dont have credit cards to worry about too.
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    I don't even want to think about it tbh. Rent cancels out the London grant, and I have an extra £1500 to make up. And that's just on rent. Dude :lolwut:
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    bare.
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    about 20 grand i think. =/ too much lol
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    (Original post by Blatant Troll)
    I don't even want to think about it tbh.
    Me neither.
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    hopefully, if i run away to canada after i graduate, and the red tape works in my favour, zero! :P
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    Dont forget credit cards!
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    If I'd have stayed at Sussex, around £24k, not including money from my parents. Fortunately I'm starting an NHS course this Sept and only owe about 7k :o:
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    My fees are only 1,500 thanks to being Welsh and going to a Welsh Uni
    You don't need an overdraft - GET-A-JOB
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    18,000
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    (Original post by Katieloula)
    My fees are only 1,500 thanks to being Welsh and going to a Welsh Uni
    You don't need an overdraft - GET-A-JOB
    Have you tried getting a job lately? I've been looking for about a year and I've had nothing :/

    I dread to think how much it's going to cost me. Got a placement year, plus I'll have an LPC at the end, which is about £9k.

    *shudder*
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    Have you tried getting a job lately? I've been looking for about a year and I've had nothing :/

    I dread to think how much it's going to cost me. Got a placement year, plus I'll have an LPC at the end, which is about £9k.

    *shudder*

    Yep, I just got a part time job in Admiral call centre. I applied to 50 places. Just takes a bit of determination.
 
 
 
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