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    Hi,

    My course is a sandwich course and I thought I would do the placement but now I have decided to go straight into final year rather than doing a year placement. I didnt let student finance know and just sent them the normal application form saying I need the maximum available to me for the final year. They send me a letter back saying that 'The Course Fee Amount stated on your application exceeded the maximum tuition fee course amount stipulated by your university for your choice of course.' and then it says 'Course Fee Amount 1 pound'. I guess that's because they think I'm still doing the placement year. What am I supposed to do now? Do I have to change my details online or call them? I really hope someone can help me. Thanks in advance.
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    You will need to change your course information, which you can do online through your own account via 'change my application'. Let us know you're now in a 3 year course and ensure you have requested the maximum loan amount.

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