Entering higher education comes with big financial considerations. Paying for higher education could continue to play a part in the student’s life long after they have graduated, especially in light of the recent Government reforms regarding university funding.
Whether you’re planning to go into higher education yourself and keen to know what you’re signing up for financially, or you have a child or grandchild who’s about to make the leap and you want to understand your options for giving them a helping hand, there’s a lot to weigh up.
There is so much advice on offer, it can be difficult to know which way to turn.
This short, digestible guide explores the personal financial side of higher education, laying out the facts, including the Government’s 2022 student funding reforms, and exploring the different funding options.
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This guide does not constitute financial or investment advice. Individuals must not rely on this information to make a financial or investment decision. Before making any decision, we recommend you consult your financial planner and/or investment manager to take into account your particular investment objectives, financial situation and individual needs.
Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested, therefore your capital is always at risk.