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Hello,

I am currently in my first year of a full time BSc degree but have decided to leave after my first year and begin a full time BA degree at a different university. I'm just woundering how this will affect my finance and how to go about applying again?

The student services at my current university have said that I will still get the three years of finance for my new course and that the year I am currently carring out will take up the gift year of my finance, is this right?

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Hello,

Yes, that is exactly right. As long as you haven't had any other previous study, this year will just use up your gift year so you will have enough funding left for the new course, as long as you don't need to repeat any years.

To reapply you will use the same account, but you will need to submit a new application for 15/16 with the new course details.

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