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Eligibility for tuition fee loan after withdrawing from university watch

    • Thread Starter

    I am planning to withdraw from my university as I do not like here at all and I think that I can do better. I have taken a tuition fee loan, as I understand I will have to pay 25% from tuition fee to university if I drop out till January and the remaining 75% will be given back to Student Finance. What I cannot find is what happens for the next year? I am planning to re-apply for different universities next year, will I still be eligible to receive a tuition fee loan?
    I am a first-year full-time EU student and I do not hold any other qualifications besides my high-school diploma. This is my first year in university.
    • Official TSR Representative

    Official TSR Representative

    If this is your first year of study then yes, you'll get the tuition fee loan for every year of your new course.

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