The essential guide to paying for university : effective funding strategies for parents and students / Catherine Dawson.

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Publisher: London : Kogan Page, 2009.Description: ix, 332 pages ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780749456351; 0749456353.Subject(s): College costs -- Great Britain | Student aid -- Great Britain | College students -- Finance, PersonalNote: "The Times" - At head of title.Note: Includes index.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Parents and students alike are increasingly concerned about the rising cost of a university education and the burden of post-graduation debt. However, there are long-term strategies that can help to alleviate the situation, and there are many bursaries and allowances that go unclaimed every year.

Paying for University is aimed at anyone who needs to know all the options when planning the funding of a university course. In addition to the obvious costs, what hidden expenses can be identified? What is the real impact of variable top-up fees? And how can extra funds be raised to pay for that hard-won university place?

With detailed chapters on both costs and potential income, this accessible book is the ultimate road map for guiding readers through the financial jungle and identifying the sources of available funding

"The Times" - At head of title.

Includes index.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Catherine Dawson has worked in the education sector for over 20 years and has published a number of practical guides on student finance and debt management. She is the author of a number of Kogan Page titles.

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