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edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Student Money Saving
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  • hi guys need some advice as well me my self i dropped out of uni back in 2003 after i done 3 years and i had only the exam and few modules to complete and few course work but i dropped out of uni, as i had personal things and i was stressed and depressed and i could not continue or concentrate at all... now after more than 14 years i am settled now..wife and kids and everything is sorted it took me quite few years to get my life in order...i now want to go back to uni to earn my degree but i want to do a different course from what i was doing before...i was doing computer science but now i no longer want to do that i want to go and study business management and marketing as i am more in to business now and want to start up my own business as well..when i started uni i did take the student loans but since then i was not able to pay as i never got a steady job or any job which paid more than what the requirement asked...now here comes thee questions...if i want to go to uni...and do the course i want..what will the university require from me to do..as i am ready to even start foundation course or access course..will the student finance accept to pay for the tuition fee only as that its what i require and in need of assistance even thought i am not or have not been able to pay the previous loan..but as i know this time i am ready to commit and to finish off and earn a degree..please only give appropriate answer if you know the proper and right information as i want to know the right info and i have been informed this its the best place i cant get answers to questions i require..thank you
  • thanks
    i am trying for student loan.
  • Thank you for that!
  • i need help on finding cheap student contents insurance please

    the best i've found so far has been HSBC (through Norwich Union)
    i've tried endsleigh and cover4insurance.com so far but they were all way high

    Hi my sons is covered on our household insurance. Theft has to show signs of a breaking in though.
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  • Hi All

    I understand as a home owning student nowadays that you can get 25% council tax discount (certain terms and conditions apply etc.) but does anyone know if you can claim back any discount if you have finished studying?

    I sat a 5 year degree course back in 2007 and potentially could be ~£1800 better off if this was the case.

    Probably clutching at straws, but worth an ask!

    Thanks

    Dave
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