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    What happens when a student is entitled to a full grant £2,906 but withdraws and wants to get full grant for a new course for 4 years?

    Is the grant still payable to him for the new course and university?
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    Did you take any of the grant that you were initially entitled to? And - what is the new 4 year course?
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    yeh but I repayed it all back. Business and Management Sandwich
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    I'm far from an expert, but I'd imagine that you should be able to claim the grant for the four years. All you can do is apply and see what happens - hopefully a more knowledgeable tsr-er will just in with some info
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    How many years of funding did you get before? (As in actual money in your actual bank account)
    Whether you've repaid it or not is AFAIK irrelevent.

    The number of years of funding you can get is
    (Length of new Course + 1) - Number of Years of Previous Funding
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    All grants are paid on a yearly basis according to qualifiying circumstances.
 
 
 
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