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    i am currently in the final year of a 2 year foundation degree at a college. I have applied to join the third year of my course to make my foundation degree a full degree at my local uni.

    but i am stumped on the options i choose on student finance.

    one of the questions it asks is:
    Have you ever had any other loans from the Student Loans Company?
    and also:
    Have you started an undergraduate or postgraduate course of Higher Education in any country since leaving school? Tick 'Yes' even if you did not complete the course.

    do i press yes on these or just treat it as i am just carrying on my current course and choose no.

    I choose yes just to see what other options it gave me and it was asking me if i am up to date on payments etc. but as i havnt finished my current course iam not paying anything back yet.


    so anybody out there whos followed the same path as me and can give me advice?

    if not looks like i will have to ring them up.....
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    You do press those options, yes - the SLC will have a record on your account of the foundation degree you are finishing soon anyway. Then you'll be asked to complete the details of your previous course (which would be your foundation degree).

    Then you can continue with your application as normal.
 
 
 

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