Would you go to university under the new fees?


#1
  • Yes
  • No

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#2

yes, but I obviously wouldn’t study Philosophy.


#3

Shouldn’t have gone under the old fees so fuck no


#4

I wouldn’t ‘go to university’ again full stop. Not now and not if I had my time again.

Would do a degree part time instead.


#5

Do you mean the pre-2017 fees or the-2012?


#6

Both

(Although I went pre-2012)


#7

But supposing you were 18 now and just finished 6th form


#8

Depends, is Alex Salmond going to write them off for my year only due to needing to spend a budget surplus again?

What a year.


#9

Dunno m9. Definitely wouldn’t have studied archaeology though.


#10

My main HE umbrage these days isn’t necessarily the new fees (although they are significantly higher than what I would consider fair) but the removal of the Maintenance Grant for disadvantaged pupils. It’s an absolute outrage.


#11

What do you think ‘if I had my time again’ means?


#12

Maybe, but not to do architecture.


#13

Nope. Probably wouldn’t have bothered at all tbqh


#14
  • I had a great time at uni
  • Okay time at uni
  • Meh time at uni
  • Bad time at uni
  • Awful time at uni

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#15

really, what would you do?


#16

My daughter is 18 now and just finished 6th form - and she’s off to Uni next week.

It’s definitely the right thing for her to be doing - I told her to view the fees / loans as more like a graduate tax than debt.


#17

I only didn’t go because I didn’t know what to study (still wouldn’t) and it wasn’t really something everyone was doing as well.


#18

PhD in Bing


#19

genuinely cant remember 80% of what I was taught at uni


#20

oh yeah, remember bing?