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    Hi all,

    I'm currently on the 2nd year of my course studying Mathematics.. My course is currently 3 years long.

    I have just been offered a year in industry where my course fees are £0 for that year, hence my course will be changed to the 4 year Mathematics With a Year in Industry shortly.

    I know that SFE work out the entitlement as:

    Years on (new) course + one year - any previous years of study

    However, previous to starting my Mathematics course at this University. I did withdraw another University where I studied Physics for half of the first semester. Therefore, I was liable for £2250 out of the £9000 tuition fees. I have repaid my overpayment of maintenance loans and grants also.

    Will I still receive entitlement for my final year after my year in industry according to the equation above?
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    Yes, you'll still receive your full entitlement.
 
 
 
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