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Nurses warn 'safe staffing at risk' under loans plan


I agree that as a single person with no kids or rich husband to support you, the bursary is very little to live on, nigh impossible if we are honest. However leaving University with £50K + worth of debt around your neck for the rest of your career is untenable also. Maybe the Gov could look into paying the Uni fees, scrapping the bursary and opening up the student loan for living costs. £30k around your neck is a lot more palatable than £50K +

Posted date

10 May, 2016

Posted time

1:31 pm