What Are Student Perceptions Of Debt? | TheUniversityBlog
Living costs are an issue just as much fees, if not more so. Hidden course costs, social outlay, not to mention basic needs like food, drink and accommodation; it all adds up. And the more it adds up, the more likely students are to get into debt. That only begins to be repaid once a graduate is earning more than 21,000, it is still seen by many as a scary debt. A debt that has little chance of going away until 30 years have passed. Debt is a common concern. The UNITE Student Experience Survey 2014.
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Asked if I’d like to take a Nokia Lumia 530 for a whirl to demonstrate one of their rolling monthly contracts. A rolling contract is a an option that fits between pay-as-you-go and a lengthy contract. It means you pay monthly, but you’re not tied in. The payments continue only for as long as you choose stick with it. And then I went all Blackberry on the place. Don’t laugh. What can I say, I still love the keyboard thing! Here are some more of my thoughts, in no particular order:. Better than my current ...