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    Hi!

    I'm currently almost done with my 2nd year of an HND and want to top up with either a specific top-up degree, or by going onto the 2nd year of a biology degree and obviously completing the 2nd and 3rd year.

    Does anybody know how good student loans are about funding the 2 years? I guess they're happy to fund the top-up, but I don't know how many 'allocated years' you get, especially since I'm technically going onto a totally different course ...kinda...

    Bit of a weird question and sorry if I phrased it badly, I'm half asleep!

    Student loans website is down atm, and they are rubbish at best when ringing, so I thought I'd ask here and see if anyone has any experience with funding for courses after HND

    Thanks ^.^ x
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    I'm in the same predicament....want to top up which means another 2 years after my FdSc. However i have already done 1 year previous to my FdSc and dropped out cos i didn't like it.

    Have bben told numerous things by SL...all different

    HELP....will I get any funding or not?
 
 
 
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