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    Your first port of call should be the student union advisers. They will have dealt with this situation before and know the relevant regulations at your uni.
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    In very a very simple answer - yes you can. I did it myself for my first year starting at another uni after 2 years into my previous course because SFE refused to pay all my years.

    For self funding students, most unis have their own deadline (that is often in installments thay tally with SFE loan payments) that is a month after enrolement in September.
    If you look closely, even when SFE fund you they pay your uni in installments too.

    Best thing to do is contact the finance department of your uni and see if they will be ok if it it a few days late just incase your loan comes through late.

    Don't be put off doing it. It's hard work to save that cash and look after yourself but it is 1000% doable.
    Just double check SFE will either fund your third year or still give you that maintenance loan and you are ready to do the same for the next year.

    Really good luck to you!*
 
 
 
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