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"no proifitable affiliations"
a bit ironic.. last time i checked this t shirt wasn't free.
posted 6 years ago in Black Spot °
^ In what way does the US education system allow more freedom?
posted 6 years, 2 months ago in For those who live in the UK or have...
We do get grants, but only based on the earning of your parents, and the area in which you live.
I think students originally had to start paying for tuition fees in 2003.
Yes. Very. But more so reently.
We've had a big change recently with 'top up' fees, whereby all university fees were upped by three times the original amount.
Have a look here for the facts.
I was quite lucky with top-up fees, as I started uni the year before they came into force.
UK students are looked after pretty well with regards to tax. Whilst in full time education, the first £5120 earned per year is untaxed.