UK to disburse £15m to support foreign students over rising costs of living

The government of the United Kingdom has announced that it will provide an additional £15 million in hardship funding for international students. The government will distribute the money to universities who will in turn give to students who are struggling to cope with rising costs in the country. According to the British government, this will build on the £261 million student premium fund allocated this year – money aimed at supporting disadvantaged students, a report by The PIE News says. Minister for skills, apprenticeships and higher education, Robert Halfon, said in a statement, “This extra funding will complement the help

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