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Almost half recent graduates believe they will never pay back student loan.

Almost half recent graduates believe they will never pay back student loan.

Almost half of recent graduates believe they will never be able to pay back their student loan, as experts warn that they would be better off without university. 

A major report, commissioned by the new universities regulator, The Office for Students, analysed the views of 6,000 young people about value for money in higher education.

Just ten per cent of school leavers thought they would be unable to pay back their loan within 30 years, which rose to 28 per cent of university students. Among recent graduates, 42 per cent said they do not expect to repay their loans in full.

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