How to Know Your Rights: Students
Part of a series which offers advice and help on a range of citizen's rights, this handbook contains information for anyone entering higher or further education. It takes a positive approach to the position of those in further and higher education - a position which, in many ways, has become increasingly embattled over recent years. The book asks questions like: is your grant enough?, what about loans? and how do you deal with your landlord?
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 135 x 215mm
- 30 Apr 1991
- Little, Brown Book Group
- How to Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- illustrations, index, further reading
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Table of contents
Young people's civil rights; young people's educational rights; students and civil rights; awards and grants; student loans; housing; students and the community charge; discrimination; students from overseas; health; academic life; part-time students; the world of work and the need for survival; consumer rights; training while unemployed; National Union of Students.