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    Hello,

    I firmed my choice to NTU to do Wildlife Conservation, and i plan to do the placement year, so it will take 4 years not 3. But on the application to UCAS i didn't have the option to separately chose the placement year, the course codes are the same. So i have firmed a 3 year course ending in 2013, on the finance form, should i put 3 year study ending in 2013 or 4 year study ending in 2014? 'cause ill still need funding for the last year.. :/

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    You should put 4 years, as each year you apply you say whereabouts you will be for each semester of that academic year (whether you'll be in University or on placement).
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    (Original post by PhoenixFortune)
    You should put 4 years, as each year you apply you say whereabouts you will be for each semester of that academic year (whether you'll be in University or on placement).

    Okay thank you!.... i understand. What happends if i am unable to go ahead with the placement? would i have to contact SFE to say that i am not doing staying on for 4 yeears?
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    (Original post by jammy66)
    Okay thank you!.... i understand. What happends if i am unable to go ahead with the placement? would i have to contact SFE to say that i am not doing staying on for 4 yeears?
    Yes you would, but its easier to get them to do it that way around than asking them to increase the length.
 
 
 
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