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    I am re-applying to study English at University.

    However, I have already studied 2 years at anotherUniversity a couple of years ago.
    I studied for 1 full year (my first year) which cost £3455
    I failed one of my modules and was forced to repeat JUSTthis module the following year (2 years in total) which cost £155, so it wasn’t a full year of tuition that was paidto the university. Just one module.

    Does this mean I can still apply for 3 years of tuition feeloans on my new 3 year course?
    Also can I still receive maintenance loans and grants forthe full 3 years?
    Thanks for any help,
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    Official TSR Representative
    Hello Sam,

    Unfortunately as you were in attendance for 2 separate academic years, this will be counted as 2 years of previous study (even if you just attend for 1 day of an academic year it gets classed as a year of study).

    As such, you would only have 2 years of full funding left (tuition fee loan, maintenance loan and maintenance grant), which would be applied to the last 2 years of the course, so for your first year you would not receive tuition fee loan or maintenance grant, but you would still get maintenance loan.

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