I previously studied a Science foundation degree in Science, which was a 4 year course and after completing the first year I was offered a place to study a BSc in Computer Science in which I did the first year, now I started my application for a completely new degree program and was told by a student finance that the computer science degree was classed as a second application for a student loan for tuition costs
Now I am left with a completely different view on my process for going forward in my present application. But because I was offered it by my same university as a continuation for studying in Science, have I been miss lead?
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- 02-02-2015 14:15
Every student is entitled to one repeat year, effectively if your now going on another new course then this would mean your repeating 1st year of a course for a 2nd time meaning we can only award you a maintenance loan in the first year of this new course as well as any supplementary grants you got such as childcare and disable students allowance.