Debt averse

15th May 2009 at 01:00
Scotland's Colleges has gone into the movie business

It has launched a short film, Skills without Debt, as part of its campaign to raise awareness of student debt in FE. It wants the Government to move from loans to bursaries for higher education students in colleges. Chris Travis, chief executive of Scotland's Colleges, commented: "The complexity of student support and the burden of debt act as significant barriers to students from the most deprived backgrounds."

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