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    I moved to university in september and after a few weeks seriously disliked it, people told me from then on to just stick it out and maybe I'd like it later on down the line, but it's now december and I still don't like it, and have decided that I want to leave if not after my first year, but before.
    I was just wondering about the student finance, my deadline date to withdraw from my course without being liable for tuition fees was on december 1st, and have obviously missed that now. So I just need to know if I leave university before the year is out and am still liable for the tuition fees, will I still receive the rest of my student finance loans for the rest of this year even if I leave early? As the direct debit is already set up between my university and student finance.

    Thank you in advance for any help given.
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    Are you going to get a loan to which you are no longer entitled?

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