Rachyroo98
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Hi,

So I'm looking to study at a private institution come the end of 2016, where the tuition fees are £9000 per year for a two year degree course. Would I be able to get full funding for attending this university? I've heard that only £6000 is available? (my parent's income is quite low, so I was wondering if that accounts to any extra funding?).

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Hello Rachyroo98

We can only offer Tuition Fee of up to £6000.00 if you are studying at a private institution.

You can check with HEFCE to see if the University is available for funding here http://bit.ly/18TaHNS

If the University & Course are designated for support then we may be able to offer you maintenance loans & grants dependent on your household income.

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