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I advise all students and their parents to look into what they are entitled to as there are also government grants and university bursaries that don't have to be paid back at all.
He also pledged to double the number of university bursaries in 2012.
No need for skiing trips or university bursaries - young people will just be grateful for a job.
The University is investing more than pounds 14m in a bursary scheme to support students over the next five years, with Newcastle University Bursaries of pounds 1,300 or pounds 1,000 per year for students who receive a Government grant.
65 a week Other University bursaries will be provided to students from the poorest backgrounds so they can meet even the highest course fee without additional debt Any university that wishes to charge above pounds 1,125 level will need permission from the Office for Fair Access Improved fee support and grants for part-time students from September Any future increase in tuition fees must be passed by both MPs and Lords The scheme will be subjected to an independent review after the first three years -in 2009
The shock statistics have spurred the department of labour to award 1,000 university bursaries with a further 500 in the wings, and for the education department to launch special projects to encourage and improve mathematics and science subjects in schools.
The Army even offers Gap Year Commissions and university bursaries for officer training recruits.
Around a third of our undergraduate students already benefit from Cardiff University Bursaries and, in 2010, new UK students from households with an income up to pounds 50,020 will receive a payment of pounds 1000 under this scheme.