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    How would you explain the following each,

    - student grant
    - student loan
    - student bursary

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    How would you explain the following each,

    - student grant
    - student loan
    - student bursary

    No spam please.
    Grant - amount of money given to a student for living costs, which does not have to be repaid after graduation. Amount payable depends upon household income. From the government via a Student Finance income-assessed application.
    Student loan - two types: tution fee loan which pays tuition fees direct to university: and maintenance loan which is to live on. Both have to be paid back after graduation when you get a job.
    Bursary - an amount paid by a university to students who qualify, either because they come form a low-income family or because they fulfill certain residential criteria. Bursaries vary in amount and are non-repayable. If you get a grant you usually get a bursary too.
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