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    Hi!
    Few questions from EU student

    1. How many years does the loan cover? I have read in some other thread that given student has already studied 2 years in his home country and was told that he is eligible for two year loan in England. I have finished just one year and now I have been granted dean's leave. For how many years can I get the loan, then?

    2. Is it acceptable to fill the form both by typing and in handwriting? There seem to be a mistake in the form and I can't put in the appropriate ending year of my course.

    Thank you for all the answers.
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    Hi Miss,

    Students are entitled to funding for the length of their course plus one extra year over the length. Any periods of previous study will be deducted from this entitlement length.

    If you have one year of study so far your will still be entitled to funding for the length of your course.

    Yes the form can be filled in both handwriting and type as long as your signature is completed in hand.

    Hope this helps,
    Mark-Lee
 
 
 
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