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Hi. So I haven't applied for student finance yet, start in September for a course with one foundation year and 3 years after that.
So will the student finance account for that foundation year? Because I know that cost a less tuition fee.

Next, when should I apply for SF? When all the uni's make their decisions?

Alsoooo, Sorry I got a lot of questions, how does accommodation work? Do you use the maintenance fee to pay for off campus accommodation? Or do you tell them how much it'll cost?
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Hi. So I haven't applied for student finance yet, start in September for a course with one foundation year and 3 years after that.
So will the student finance account for that foundation year? Because I know that cost a less tuition fee. The tuition fee loan will be for the same amount as the tuition fee - not a penny more, not a penny less. You will get funding for all years of your degree but there can sometimes be problems if you need to repeat a year, as the foundation year can count as the 'gift' year according to SFE (via my friend - I could be wrong on this count)

Next, when should I apply for SF? When all the uni's make their decisions? Applications will open early next year, and you should apply asap

Alsoooo, Sorry I got a lot of questions, how does accommodation work? Do you use the maintenance fee to pay for off campus accommodation? Or do you tell them how much it'll cost All your maintenance loans and grants are paid to you in cash, into your bank account. You then pay your landlord (be that the uni or in the private sector) from your bank account.
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Sorry?
He replied, check the bit he quoted.

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Sorry?
I replied to you in bold, in the quote box

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He replied, check the bit he quoted.
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I replied to you in bold, in the quote box



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Woops, my bad:rolleyes:
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Oh! sorry, i'm new to the site haha. Those are some great answers. Thank you very much
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Oh! sorry, i'm new to the site haha. Those are some great answers. Thank you very much
No problem! Welcome to TSR by the way
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