Basically, I went to college at 16, had no drive and failed. Now I am determined to go back. However, I rang up and found out that I was not available for the adult learns loan, and there was no loans for the A level language courses which I want to do.
From what was said on the phone, it would cost upwards of £6000, much of which would have to be paid upfront, not something I'd be able to get a hold of by next September.
Am I entitled to a student loan? I have never had one before, and if I do get one, would I be unable to get one when going to Uni?
I am employed, living at home, and wish to do Spanish, Japanese and Law at Manchester College. I am 22. Thanks for your help.
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22 years old, what finance am I entitled to? watch
- Thread Starter
- 07-10-2013 17:56
- 07-10-2013 18:19
Student Finance only covers uni-level study, so you can't get loans or grants that way. The 24+ Learning Loan is for A Level or equivalent study, but - as you might suspect - for those who are 24 or over. Someone else here might know of other sources for those under 24.
- 07-10-2013 18:25
I retured to college at 19 after doing a crappy diploma and a year gap. And my college said the only way to basically do the course for free was to prove i couldnt pay for it by going onto jobseekers.im now doing A2 but had to sign on again this summer to also get the second year free.
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