The seven part structure takes the reader through what it may cost to study at university, how much financial support they can expect, what tuition fees can amount to and where the money goes to ways to save what they have. The facts about loans, grants, scholarships and bursaries are all given alongside advice on how to apply for them. Light-hearted, but extremely useful tips are given throughout the book. This title offers advice on finding the right employment and making the most of fringe benefits. The sample budgets and shopping suggestions help students make the most of what they have. A section at the back of the book supplies statistics from every university in the UK, such as the cost of beer, average student debt, rate of post-graduate employment and average cost of rent in the area.
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With 20 per cent of graduates being more than #10,000 in the red, how to make ends meet is an important issue facing students today. This guide gives advice and information on aspects of student finance. It covers tuition fees, loans and other sources of income and outlines the key outgoings, giving and basic budgeting tips and practical advice on handling debt. It also features a university-by-university financial facts league table.Review:
Invaluable insider know-how about every aspect of student financial survival ( Business Breakfast, BBC1)
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Book Description Stationery Office Books, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0117028339