Calls for targeted hardship funding as poll shows many are worried about impact on their degreeHalf of students in England are struggling with financial difficulties, with a quarter taking on additional debts and three in 10 skipping lectures and tutorials in order to cut costs, according to a survey by the Office for National Statistics.More
than nine in 10 students (91%) who took part in the survey said they were worried about the cost of living, and 45% said their mental health had deteriorated as a result during the autumn term.
Source: the guardian
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- Nine in 10 students in England worried about cost of living, survey finds (the guardian)
- Almost a THIRD of university students say they are skipping lectures to save money (daily mail – mail online)