I've applied for student finance today but because this is my 3rd year applying I need to show evidence for my CPR why my MH affected my studies etc so I can get a year back but it doesn't say anywhere on the form or my account an option to say that I need to apply for CPR. I'm confused at what to do and I don't want to be rejected from student finance because of this.
Can you help me please
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- 26-01-2015 16:57
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- 29-01-2015 13:40
If you are looking to apply for CPR as a result of having to withdraw or suspend due to medical reasons then you would have to write us a covering letter asking for the specific academic year of funding back & explaining the circumstances surrounding this, please be date specific when writing this letter.
You also need to send in evidence to support this, you can send one or more of the following:-
Medical evidence from a GP
Letter from HEI
Letter from social services
Letter from clergy or professional person
Once we have this our assessment team will investigate to see if they can award you that year of funding back.