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In the last academic year 2013/14 I decided to intercalate at the end of may 2014, the end of the academic year was june 2014 - to then restart this year in october 2014. Due to this I was told that because I intercalated in may (a month early) I then owed £600 (out of my £800 grant) back to student finance.This has been taken out of my grant for this year and I am struggling for money. Can I not get this money back and pay at the end of my course?
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Mark Lee - SFE Official Adviser
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Hello shoangel,

If the grant reduction in the current academic year is causing you severe financial hardship then you can request to defer the repayment of the grant from 13/14 until after your course.

You will need to put this request in writing along with financial evidence to support this request. This could be bank statements, arrears letters things like that.

Discretionary Payments Team
Student Finance England
Memphis Building
Lingfield Point
PO Box 120
Darlington
DL1 1AS

Our discretionary payments team will process this request within around 2-3 week from the date of receipt.

Please make sure your name, address & customer reference number is on the letter.

Thanks
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