Get through university: BOMAD gives students £2,285 each year

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Research from the site, NotGoingToUni, has revealed that many UK students have turned to the Bank of Mum and Dad for on average £2,285 each year to help them get through university. With a large number of these undergraduate students (87%) confessing to going to their parents at least 5 times per year, for an estimated £457 each time, to pay for their expenses during university such as rent, food and going out.

Credit: Aftab Ali

Source: www.independent.co.uk

 

 

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