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    I'm just nearing the end of my first year, and I've decided to drop out because I'm just not enjoying the course/university, and would rather work for a while until I feel more ready for university.
    I've been in touch with SAAS but they take FOREVER to reply, so just wondering if anyone knows/has experience with this situation?
    I don't have a loan at all, just a bursary and my fees being paid, and I've had my bursary for the whole year.
    I'm assuming I'll need to pay it back but does anyone know what sort of payment plan/amount a month etc. that you tend to need to pay it back in?
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    You don't pay back the bursary. Only the student loan itself must be repaid.
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    (Original post by mythtakes)
    You don't pay back the bursary. Only the student loan itself must be repaid.
    :ditto:

    You don't need to that's why it's a bursary not a loan they're two separate things.

    If you still want to call them use the saynoto0870 website you get a more direct and free phone number
 
 
 
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