so I've looked at the information on here and rang student finance but the information conflicts and now I'm kinda confused so I'm hoping for a more concrete answer.
I'm coming to the end of my first year at university, on my first course 3 year course, i found the course wasn't quite what i was looking for and have had considerable extenuating circumstances (bereavement, mental disorder diagnosis) which together just basically just made the course go to hell
I've found another course that seems more appropriate for me and will take me where i want to go but I've now had a full year of funding (leaving my course early would have left me ejected from halls with nowhere to live, and i wouldn't be able to deal with that on top of everything else while trying to sort y life out a bit)
the course I've found is a 5 year joint degree (1 year is from a foundation year but is a part of said degree)
come the end of this academic year i will leave my current course and will have no qualification from it.
will I be able to receive funding for the entirety of this new joint degree despite having had a year of funding previously?
also i received the max loan and grant from student finance on account of the fact my mother is disabled and unable to work, therefore living on benefits, will i be able to receive the max loan and grant on this 5 year degree aswell?
if i can receive the funding, how do i need to go about getting it, is there anything i need to do aside from fill out my application to student finance england?
Will I receive funding for my whole course?
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