Can you please clarify the regulation, because I am confused?
I am planning on applying for a place on a 3 year full-time undergraduate(BSc Honours) degree at a UK university.
I have previously studied on a 3 year full-time undergraduate (BSc Honours) degree at another UK university for 2 years full-time and 2 years part-time, but did not receive a degree. I received a tuition fee loan for my first 2 years, but I did not apply for finance for my 2 part-time years.
I passed all modules in year 1, but I failed in year 2, so I was told to repeat it on a part-time basis in 2 years. I still failed, so I withdrew from my course. They gave me a Certificate of Higher Education as an exit award,because I passed the first year.
My question is how many years of tuition fee loan entitlement do I have for my new full-time 3 year university degree? Is it 3+1-2 = 2 years? Do my 2 years on part-time basis count? They were self-funded and they did not lead to another qualification. The Certificate of Higher Education was achieved for year 1.
Full-time and part-time previous study
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