Students In England Are Crossing Every Limit To Fund Their Studies!

Are the students following the right path?

Students In England Are Crossing Every Limit To Fund Their
Studies!
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Every student dreams of studying abroad and getting higher education but as we know life serves everyone differently. Not every learner can afford to study that way and as a result, they choose fallacious paths and lead themselves towards the wrong direction.

Well, same is the case with British students. It is found that the students in England are going to extraordinary lengths to fund their time at university. This is what they are opting to complete their graduation.

Students in England carry the highest amount of student debt.

Students in England carry the highest amount of student debt.

The British students are seemed to carry the highest amount of debt like about an average of £45,000 or more for finishing their studies.

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And so, they are going to extraordinary lengths...

And so, they are going to extraordinary lengths...
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Students are found to be involved in various unethical fields including sex work and drug dealing.

Students are contemplating drug dealing and escort work to complete their courses.

Students are contemplating drug dealing and escort work to complete their courses.
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In a survey of 1,003 students, one in ten undergraduates revealed to knowing someone who has either turned to drug dealing or escorting for the financial support.

Some students consider stripping or looking for a sugar daddy.

Some students
consider stripping or looking for a sugar daddy.
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Few students accept stripping as a better way to fund their university life and some other look for a sugar daddy that can support them financially.

Hardly, like about a quarter of students in the UK rely on student loans.

Hardly, like about a quarter of students in the UK rely on student loans.
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Only a few students rely on hardship grants for money on top of the loans.

Charles Taylor, CEO of Debut careers app, who undertook the survey, said:

Charles
Taylor, CEO of Debut careers app, who undertook the survey, said:
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"Every parent who has children at university knows that the cost of tertiary education is crippling, but they might not be aware of the lengths to which their children will go to fund themselves."

A larger study conducted by the University of Swansea found:

A larger
study conducted by the University of Swansea found:
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At least 5 percent of students in the UK had turned to prostitution for the sake of earning money alongside completing their studies.

There is an urgent requirement to boost up the opportunities available to the students.

There is an urgent requirement to boost up the opportunities available to the students.
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It could embrace fostering entrepreneur clubs at colleges and universities so as the students could make money using their talent and skills and many such options.

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