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    I have just failed a repeat year of study on a 3 year degree and i am now looking to start a new 3 year degree, but because I have had 2 years of funding the policy is i only have 2 years left of funding (3 year course + 1 gift year - 2 years of study = 2years left of funding) however in my first year i received a bursary which knocked 7000pounds of my tuition fee so I wanted to know if i start a new 3 year degree would it be possible to get funding for the full 3 years or get more than 2 years of funding so the 2 years funding and 7000 off the 3rd year as i would not be able to afford to pay a full years tuition myself.

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    Unfortunately we cannot change the years to award extra funding, or allocate it to different years. You can however, apply for a maintenance loan for your first year. Bursary's are dealt with by the universities so you would need to check with them to see when/if you would be eligible. Full funding will be awarded by us for the last 2 years of your course.

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