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    If the course that you want to do is not too different from the one that you are leaving, you could ask the uni if they would let you transfer after you have completed first year - this could potentially solve a lot of financial headaches - Do you think that that is an option?
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    Unis will differ so you should contact student support. I dropped out mid December and only had to pay up until the day I left, same with accomodation fees, but not all unis will be like this. I would assume most won't be ******** and will only charge you for either semester 1 only or up until your last day in attendance.
    My student support team said if I left after a certain date (1st Dec) then my debt would only have to be paid off once I'd graduated my new course and was earning 15k but I have a friend at a different uni who dropped out and she had to pay up before she started her new course.

    Contact student support!
 
 
 
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