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LIFE HACK: 6 Ways to Study at University for ‘free’

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As of January 2018, tuition fees currently stand at £9,250. This means that after 3 years of study, the average graduate could leave university with a minimum debt of £27750.

With all this potential looming debt, it’s not surprising that some pre-university students are anxious about pursuing a degree.

So, how can you study at university for free? In reality, nothing is free, but below is a list of 6 ways to drastically cut costs.

1)    Scholarships:

The most well-known method is to apply through a scholarship scheme. When applying, it’s important to know what the scholarship will cover. Some scholarships only offer a specific amount of money, others are all-inclusive.

Check out the list of  links below  to apply or find out more:

LIFE HACK: Full List of Scholarships for African Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students 2017/2018

Incase you know any students who can benefit from this list please share:

1a. 2017/2018 Fully Funded Scholarships – APPLY NOW
http://worldscholarshipforum.com/20172018-fully-funded-scholarships-apply-now/
1b. List of DAAD Scholarships 2017/2018 – Apply Now
http://worldscholarshipforum.com/list-of-daad-scholarships-20172018-apply-now/

2. APPLY:Korean Government Scholarships for 170 Bachelors, 800 Masters & PhD for Developing Countries 2017-2018
http://worldscholarshipforum.com/applykorean-government-scholarships-170-bachelors-800-masters-phd-developing-countries-2017-2018/

3. TOP 15+ Scholarships Opportunities for Africans to Study Abroad 2017-2018
http://worldscholarshipforum.com/top-15-scholarships-opportunities-for-africans-to-study-abroad-2017-2018/ Continue reading “LIFE HACK: Full List of Scholarships for African Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students 2017/2018”