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    Well because I never attended. When I go to my student finance my tution fee, loan and grant are blocked, before they wasn't blocked but now it is, if I do leave it blocked that would mean I wouldn't need to pay half of my tution fee, but wont get a grant and loan in return?
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    (Original post by Adz3d)
    Well because I never attended.
    Therein the problem lies...
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    You should have attended then, shouldn't you?
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    (Original post by Adz3d)
    Well because I never attended. When I go to my student finance my tution fee, loan and grant are blocked, before they wasn't blocked but now it is, if I do leave it blocked that would mean I wouldn't need to pay half of my tution fee, but wont get a grant and loan in return?

    Aside from the fact that I would personally prefer banks not to just give out money to idiots who can't attend their classes, at least you're expected to pay a loan back. But how could you possibly expect them to give you your grant? The number of people that work hard and struggle to pay their way through uni and yet you expect free money for never attending. TSR doesn't normally get to me but you, sir, are an idiot.
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    (Original post by Adz3d)
    Well because I never attended. When I go to my student finance my tution fee, loan and grant are blocked, before they wasn't blocked but now it is, if I do leave it blocked that would mean I wouldn't need to pay half of my tution fee, but wont get a grant and loan in return?
    You'll need to contact your university to find out what your liability is for the fees.
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    If you've just been expelled after the second semester then I think usually you have to pay 2/3 of the fees. Different universities have different policies though.
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    So they didn't need to "kick you out", you weren't there anyway.
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    Re apply at another uni, idealy one suffering with financial problems themselves. They may accept just to get paid, and then you will get paid your grant and loan.
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    Can we keep replies sensible and constructive please?

    (Original post by Adz3d)
    Well because I never attended. When I go to my student finance my tution fee, loan and grant are blocked, before they wasn't blocked but now it is, if I do leave it blocked that would mean I wouldn't need to pay half of my tution fee, but wont get a grant and loan in return?
    OK, what is your objective? Why did you create this thread?

    I don't really know what you're asking. But if you want to know how much you're liable for in terms of fees contact the university. If your loan and grant has been blocked, and you have left the university, it is unlikely you'll receive them. You will need to repay the full amount of loans you have received so far (plus interest) but you will not need to repay grants.
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    Have you handed in assignments and attended exams so its just the lectures you have missed and is it just this semester?
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    YOu should have attended if you didn't want to get kicked out...

    And regarding fee payment, contact your university...
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    Well what I would like to know is the fact, My grant, loan and TUTION FEE has been blocked, getting deregisterd from my university probabley means I won't get my grant and loan but the fact it says my tutuion fee has been blocked too.

    On Student Finance "Blocked" means my NI number is not correct or my bank details ain't correct, but actually they both are correct, and it changed from approved to blocked a few days ago.

    As it stands the 2nd half of my tution fee ain't been paid for and since the university has deregistred me, would I still need to pay that back?
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    (Original post by Adz3d)
    Well what I would like to know is the fact, My grant, loan and TUTION FEE has been blocked, getting deregisterd from my university probabley means I won't get my grant and loan but the fact it says my tutuion fee has been blocked too.

    On Student Finance "Blocked" means my NI number is not correct or my bank details ain't correct, but actually they both are correct, and it changed from approved to blocked a few days ago.

    As it stands the 2nd half of my tution fee ain't been paid for and since the university has deregistred me, would I still need to pay that back?
    Ring up both student finance and the university.
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    To be honest a BSc in Mickey Mouse studies wasn't going to get you far anyway.
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    (Original post by ultimate mashup)
    Re apply at another uni, idealy one suffering with financial problems themselves. They may accept just to get paid, and then you will get paid your grant and loan.
    I hope you're joking. This solves nothing, and makes no sense.


    OP: You need to contact your uni/student finance. My guess is that the majority of the people on TSR have no experience of this sort of problem because they actually bothered to attend their classes.
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    Contact your uni!

    Youll probably have to pay back any grants youve received and you will have to pay for any tuition/loans you have
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    If you're asking do you need to pay back what they paid your uni already then yes, you do. If you're asking do you need to pay for the rest of the year then it depends on your uni. Anything they let you borrow, you have to give back.

    Also, I assume you'll only be allowed 3 more years of financial support, should you choose to continue at another uni, so you'll have to be careful not to mess it up this time.
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    I don't see why a uni should be able to kick someone out for not attending, you're paying them a lot of money to be there. You can't kick a crappy lecturer out when they don't turn up or give a boring lecture and you're paying for them.
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    (Original post by Hard.Target)
    I don't see why a uni should be able to kick someone out for not attending, you're paying them a lot of money to be there. You can't kick a crappy lecturer out when they don't turn up or give a boring lecture and you're paying for them.
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    (Original post by Adz3d)
    Well because I never attended. When I go to my student finance my tution fee, loan and grant are blocked, before they wasn't blocked but now it is, if I do leave it blocked that would mean I wouldn't need to pay half of my tution fee, but wont get a grant and loan in return?

    I sincerely hope that you will be liable for full tuition fees. I am delighted to tell you that you will also be required to pay back pro rata the grant immediately. You will of course not get any further grant or loan.
 
 
 
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