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  • Uni cash n hellp

    Currently studying Bachelor of Laws (Honours)...
    anyone know if you can get financial help. Ino we have s tude t services and loans but student finance don't like to talk. I work full time and study aswell....yet some have found ways of getting e xtra mobey,grants and alsorts. Then some rich one's manage to get even more somehow and don't even work. Anyone any ideas ...
    is it all down to just financial situation or is there anything else to it.
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  • #2
    love law, also constantly learning, learn online learn from uni, learn from talking to people, just money would help


    • #3
      Student union would prob be best to advise or maybe citizens advice


      • #4
        Are you full time or part time?

        Bursaries are usually targeted at people from low incomes or from u under represented groups such as mature students, people from low participation neighbourhoods etc.

        If you are full time you may qualify for student loans but remember these are loans to be repaid over up to 40 years.


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