"After that, save it to reduce the need for future borrowing. I'd suggest building up a mortgage deposit is a far better use of the cash (see the LISA and Help to Buy ISA guides). … [Read more...] about People paying back a student loans are about to be £62.80 better off
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If you are under 21, studying for non-advanced education, such as A levels or a diploma, and you are without parental support If you or your partner are responsible for a child If you or your partner is a foster parent If you have a limited capability for work and are also receiving personal independence payments (PIP) or disability living allowance (DLA) If you have a partner who is not a student Or if you are taking time out from your course because of illness or caring responsibilities The Sun wants to Make Universal Credit Work … [Read more...] about Universal Credit Q&A – Will my benefits stop if I take out a student loan?
England 98.2% (up 0.7) Wales 98.6% (up 1.0) Northern Ireland 99.1% (up 0.8) North-east England 98.7% (up 0.4) North-west England 98.4% (up 0.4) Yorkshire & the Humber 98.4% (up 0.6) West Midlands 97.8% (up 0.7) East Midlands 98.2% (up 0.7) Eastern England 98.3% (up 0.7) South-west England 98.4% (up 0.7) South-east England 98.4% (up 0.6) London 98.0% (up 1.1) Here are the rates for students receiving the top grades (A* and A): … [Read more...] about A-level students’ fury as 40% of grades marked down – but most A and A*s awarded in a DECADE
"The SQA will issue fresh certificates to affected candidates as soon as possible and, importantly, will inform UCAS and other admission bodies of the new grades as soon as practical in the coming days to allow for applications to college and university to be progressed." … [Read more...] about Scottish government overturns exam results for 124,000 students in major fiasco
The ISC census combines data from around half of private schools in the UK, with members from the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) which includes high-profile private schools such as Eton, Roedean and Manchester Grammar, as well as from the Girls’ Schools Association and the Independent Association of Prep Schools. … [Read more...] about Private schools in UK attracting record numbers of students