@NUSScotland - Scotland’s student and university leaders have joined together to commend the Welsh Government on its twin-track approach to supporting higher education students and institutions through the COVID crisis.
Over two-thirds of student renters (71 per cent) are concerned about their ability to pay rent.
One in seven would not be allowed to leave their tenancy early due to coronavirus.
25 per cent of students have been unable to pay their rent in full in the last four months and around a third of students (33 per cent) have been unable to pay their bills in full.
Over two-thirds of student renters (71 per cent) in Scotland are concerned about their ability to pay rent with a quarter having been unable to pay rent (25 per cent) and a third unable to pay bills (33 per cent) during the pandemic, a new survey from NUS Scotland has found.
Responding to the First Minister’s announcement today that universities will remain online until the end of February and colleges will continue to follow the level guidance for their local authority area, Matt Crilly, NUS (@NUSScotland) Scotland President, said:
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