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    I have currently applied to one university to study either a Bsc in Radiography or a HNC in Applied Biology.

    I have been offered condtional places for both and the university has also deferred the Radiography degree until 2014 due to being full. I was hoping that I could do the HNC this year 2013 then the Radiography degree 2014-2007. Student finance England are fine with me doing this, however ucas and the university said that I cannot and will not state why.

    Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions, It now means that come September I now have to go back into full time employment for a year.
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