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Students get help on fee changes.

ADVISERS from a Tyneside college will be taking to the streets to explain tuition fee changes to students.

Newcastle College's Career Coach will be arrive in Northumberland Street on Thursday, September 20, as part of a national campaign dedicated to explaining the changes to student finance in England.

The coach will be parked near the Haymarket, between 9.30am and 5.30pm, and a team of advisors will be on hand to help anyone wanting to find out more about Higher Education and the finance available.

The event is taking place as part of Student Finance Day, headed by consumer campaigner Martin Lewis of Money-SavingExpert.com.

John Rowe, assistant principal for Higher Education at Newcastle College, said: "Student Finance Day is an opportunity to spread the message to students and parents that if you want to go to university, you can. There is financial advice out there and our advisers will help you find out how you can take advantage of it."
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Sep 15, 2012
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