More Questions (uni)
Posted 25 September 2005 - 10:56 AM
And once again.
"There is no interest on the loans other than the rate of inflation..." (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_education.guardian.co.uk/students/finance/story/0,12728,1541891,00.html"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_education.guardian.co.uk/students/f...1541891,00.html[/url]
So, to get this money out for studying is ok?
Also, it seems that alot is changing for students applying in '06. Would you be able to get a grant (not repayable - free), and a loan? Or are you eligible to one only if you are living at home?
Also, if doing a foundation degree for 2 years, the fees I suspect will be the same as other degrees. But when it comes to do a top-up year (1 other year) I come to understand you will pay slightly more? What I'm asking is, is it cheaper to do a full 3 year degree, of do a foundation degree and then a top up year?
I know these sound stupid, but heck, answer them please. (If you can.)