Support net falls short

August 20, 2004

In all the debate about the abuse of hardship funds, little has been said about the position of overseas students (Letters, August 6). Not content with taking large amounts of money from these students, British universities seem unable to take steps to ensure that when unexpected hardship arises, there is any meaningful financial support available. Has no one considered how unjust this is?

Terry Biddington
Anglican chaplain

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