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Fee loans to Northern Ireland students rise to £173m in 2014/15 – BBC News

The amount loaned to Northern Irish students to pay university tuition fees rose to £173m in 2014/15.

That is an increase from £154m in 2013/14 and £130m in 2012/13.

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The average amount loaned to each local student also rose to £4,350 in 2014/15 from £3,930 in 2013/14.

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The figures have been released by the Student Loans Company (SLC), which is government owned.

While local students currently pay tuition fees of £3,805 at Queen’s University and Ulster University, they can pay fees of up to £9,000 if they study in England, Scotland or Wales.

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