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Student finance: If you're planning to go to university this Autumn, now is the time to apply for funding. The cost of studying in the UK is rising: From September 2012, universities in England are raising tuition fees to a maximum £9,000 a year. Universities in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are also increasing their fees to a similar level, but their home students won't be affected. So how to fund your studies? Who is eligible for a student loan and what does it cover? Where can you find more information about grants, bursaries and scholarships? Whatever your question on paying for university, you can contact Money Box Live. Paul Lewis and a panel of experts will answer your calls and emails on student finance.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03700 100 444 (lines open at 1pm, Wednesday)
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