tyler80 wrote: »
With the introduction of the new fee structure has anyone heard whether the repayment threshold for existing post-1998 loans will remain at 15k?
rickbonar wrote: »
I think a lot of this is to discourage students taking up courses where the degree isn't of much use. I hear rumours of degree courses in Jordan.
And if you're thinking the place or in the place NO I mean Jordan the television former large breasted nude model Katie Price.
Don't laugh in a society where a B&B owner can no longer bar non married couples because it's against their religion or where an asylum seeker can claim £120,000 a year in benefits - anything is possible.
So many people are going to university these days that it is getting to the point where you need a degree to flip burgers in McDonalds.
No one is being forced to go to University but if you do perhaps a course that has some direct use with the career you want might get you a wage where the loan would be paid back in the first 2 years.
nothing about the new system for new students will change the details for those already with loans
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