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Hi all,

I'm sure this has been asked before but I couldn't find it so I'll ask here...

I previously studied a foundation year and one term of an undergraduate degree. I then left due to personal reasons. I am hoping to go back to university in 2015 or 2016.

After speaking with Student Finance England, I am aware that I will have to pay for my first year myself (Course + one year - any previous years).

Does anyone know of any other ways to pay for the first year tuition fee?

(A little about me: single, no dependents, live alone, employed, parents income isn't taken into account, hoping to study medicine.)

Thanks for the help.
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You either get a loan or pay yourself. You can't get a loan. Where's the problem,

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You either get a loan or pay yourself. You can't get a loan. Where's the problem,

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I'm asking if anyone knows a way of getting the £9k other than through Student Finance England. I live alone and just about earn that in a year, there is no way I can save that much.

I don't have a credit rating, so I can't take out a normal loan. For example, are there independent student loan companies, or something like that?
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Hello eroseusslf,

If we are unable to provide you with the Tuition Fee Loan then you may be able to apply for a Professional & Career Development Loan.

http://bit.ly/1muwFJR

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(Original post by eroseusslf)
Hi all,

I'm sure this has been asked before but I couldn't find it so I'll ask here...

I previously studied a foundation year and one term of an undergraduate degree. I then left due to personal reasons. I am hoping to go back to university in 2015 or 2016.

After speaking with Student Finance England, I am aware that I will have to pay for my first year myself (Course + one year - any previous years).

Does anyone know of any other ways to pay for the first year tuition fee?

(A little about me: single, no dependents, live alone, employed, parents income isn't taken into account, hoping to study medicine.)

Thanks for the help.
Hi There

You would be expected to self fund your tuition fees for the first year.

You can check with your university with regards to other funding you may be able to apply for from them. Thanks
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