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sums in excess of 7,250 for incomes up to just over 21,000. Looking at the separate issue of debt, the graph here compares the position of students from each part of the UK who undertake the cheapest form of honours degree commonly available to them, starting this autumn. It shows the total government loan they will need to cover fees (where relevant) and to receive their full entitlement to government support for living costs, if they live away from home. English fees are assumed to be the maximum 9,000. The graph shows the actual amounts of student loan debt projected by each government.
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However, among the devolved administrations Scotland will now expect the same or more debt for its lower income honours graduates, as a direct result of the fall in grants. Wales provides the largest surprise. As well as providing a "fee grant" to limit borrowing for tuition fees to 3,575 for all its students, wherever they study in the UK, Wales will also provide means tested maintenance grants of up to 5,161 a year. The graph shows how lower income Welsh students studying for three years will now need to borrow less than equivalent Scots studying for four. Not shown is how on a like for like comparison Welsh students at lower incomes will in fact have less annual debt than all equivalent mature Scottish students and some young students also. This means some Welsh students will be able to complete a four year degree in Scotland, including paying fees and having as much to live on, with less final debt than their Scottish counterparts. These comparisons exclude a government promise to wri.
from home: Northern Ireland generally provides less. The dotted lines show the effect of factoring this out in each case, to produce a pure like for like comparison. The Scottish system will remain the cheapest in the UK for the better off, provided that they study in Scotland. In particular, on government models Scottish students from households with an income of more than 34,000 will be able to complete an honours degree with the least debt of almost any UK graduates, even allowing for the extra year of study required. At lower incomes, Scots will still need to borrow less than their English equivalents, although national grants Flyknit Air Force 1 in England worth up to 3,354 and widening access top up schemes run by institutions mean the gap at lower incomes can narrow to an unexpected extent. This is shown using the example of Southampton University, which offers extra benefits worth 3,000 a year for incomes up to 25,000. It is a relatively generous scheme, but not the most generous.
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As already noted, the Welsh (and also in fact the English) figures generally include higher total support for living costs than Scotland for students studying away Pink Air Force Shoes
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