FINANCE should not be a barrier to education, say university bosses.
They will tell students, parents and teachers next week that anyone who wants to go to university can afford it.
An evening talk and Q&A session at Plymouth University next Thursday will explore the issues young people might encounter as they consider applying for university places.
Would-be students will be given advice on the various forms of financial assistance that are available.
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Iola Thomas, Plymouth University's undergraduate student recruitment manager, said: "We have always prided ourselves on our social inclusivity, and more than 95 per cent of our students come from state schools.
"We firmly believe that finance shouldn't be a barrier to education."
The event, which is part of National Student Finance Day, is from 6.15pm until about 7.30pm and spaces are limited. To reserve a place, visit www.plymouth.ac.uk/studentfinanceday or phone 01752 588010.