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    Hi,

    So my situation is:

    1 year in Cardiff university. 1st year of a 3 year course.

    Changed to Edinburgh university. Spent 1 year in Edinburgh. 1st year of a 4 year course.

    Changed to London university. I've completed 1st year and I'm now doing my 2nd year in London university.

    On the student finance application forms I gave the reason for changing universities as "they were better universities."

    I've received maintenance grants, tuition fee loans and maintenance loans every year I've applied over these last 4 years.

    What will I receive next year? Nothing? Only loans?

    Thanks.
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    if you are doing a 3 year course your entitlement is 3 + 1 - 2 = 2
    You'll need to fund it yourself.
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    No maintenance loan?
    No fee loan?
    No maintenance loan?
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    Probably not, you've already had 4 years of funding so I doubt you'll get anything else.
 
 
 
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