If you’re applying for university in 2012, you won’t be the first intake paying the newly increased tuition fees. However, you may still not be sure how much you will need to pay back – and how much it will cost you each month. The University of Bournemouth has put together a clever animation to show you exactly what that £9000 per year figure means for you.
And there’s some really good advice from Martin Lewis on exactly how much you will get towards your tuition fees and living costs depending on your family income – and how much you will have to pay back as your income increases. The good news, is that you will actually be paying less when you first start earning than current graduates pay – but more over the course of your career. If you have any questions please get in touch with one of our consultants!
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