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For Learners

Higher education students have to meet a number of expenses, including tuition fees and living costs. There is financial help available - probably more than you think - from your chosen university, from the government, or from other sources such as part-time work. You can find out more at the Government website.

For independent information about the costs of higher education, what the new student finance arrangements mean for you and an on-line Student Finance calculator, visit the MoneySavingExpert.com website.

We have summarised undergraduate student finance information in a handy 2-page leaflet which you can download below.

Download the Financial Support for Higher Education leaflet (2017-18 Entry)

University Finances!

Put simply, the single biggest concern most people have about university is "is it worth it?". Fees and loans...bursaries and scholarships...debt and repayments...it's a complicated financial decision.  We at Aimhigher think the life-long benefits of going to university, combined with the affordable loan repayment system, make the answer "Yes!".  But don't take our word for it.  Watch this video from money saving expert Martin Lewis and make up your own mind. 

 

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