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    Hello!!!Last year i've studied one 30 credits module with Open University and i took an OUSBA (open university student budget account) loan of 1250 GBP which i have repayed.I didn't gain any qualification or any certificate from Open University and now im planning to apply to a 'Brick' university for a full-time course for the year 2016/2017.Can you tell me if im eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan?Is it a problem that i have studied this 1 module course with Open University (although i got no qualification from OU)?Will i get the full tuition package?

    Thank you in advance!!!
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    Hi,

    You'll be pleased to know that we don't take previous part-time study into account when assessing you for full-time funding. So the open university module won't affect your tuition fees.


    Hope this helps.
 
 
 

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