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Don't let myths about fees put you off applying for higher education. Here are some facts to help you make an informed decision about going to university.
When you borrow from a bank for a credit card, loan or mortgage, to evaluate whether they'll make money from you lenders look at three pieces of information – your application form, any previous dealings they've had with you and crucially, the information on your credit reference files.
Most normal financial transactions and credit relationships you have are listed on these files – yet student loans are not included (with the exception of students who started university before 1998 under the original loans system and defaulted).
Information supplied by the Independent Taskforce on Student Finance Information.
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