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Medical students unlikely to repay student debts during working life

The average UK medical graduate is unlikely to ever fully repay large debts incurred whilst studying, which could affect recruitment, researchers have claimed. A new analysis of salary data which looked at actual income of doctors, posed against record-high tuition fees and living costs, also showed that females were even less likely to ever be … Continue reading

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How much debt will you actually get into by going to university?

1. Yes, student loans do add up… Your tuition fee loan and your maintenance loan are added together to give the total amount of debt. The variations mean it’s difficult to say the exact level you’ll graduate with. However, a typical student on a three-year course outside of London might expect to graduate with around … Continue reading

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Students who say ‘no’ to £50,000 of debt

“Congratulations to all the A-level students who got the grades they need and are heading to university this autumn. But a growing band of young adults are spurning a conventional British university and pursuing other options, ranging from high-level apprenticeships through to scholarships and degrees from low-fee universities abroad. The prospect of sinking £50,000 into … Continue reading

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“The crisis of student loans is real, no matter what pundits tell you”

  ” A Brookings Institution report this week downplayed the impact of rising student loan debt, implying that there is no crisis and much of the worry is misplaced. Because most people with student debt don’t believe their problems only exist in their heads, the report has spurred a contentious debate, particularly about its methods. … Continue reading

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The Student Loan Crisis

The Student Loan Crisis

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Alan Watt Discusses the Education and Banking Monoploy

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Why the privatisation of student debt must be resisted

This week, the government announced the immediate privatisation of £890m of student debt dating from between 1990 and 1998. The debt was sold to a consortium of private companies at under one-fifth of its value, but in reality these moves go far beyond the economically unsustainable nature of a credit-fuelled higher education system. They are … Continue reading

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Alan Watt explains the degradation of culture

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Alan Watt explains musical mind control

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The Chronology of the selling of student loans part 2)

Ageing student loans sold to debt firms Graduates whose loans have been sold have “no reason to be concerned” according to Universities Minister David Willetts Continue reading the main story Related Stories Loan offer for postgraduate living The government has sold £890m of student loans to a debt management consortium for £160m. Erudio Student Loans … Continue reading

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