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    Hi guys,

    I am a postgrad who finished my course in May 2014 and have been working full time since. I am going to go into a PGCE course in September 2016. My question is a bit of a simple one really- am I eligible for student finance despite being out of full time education for 2 and a half years by the time my course starts in September? Can't find anything on Student Finance to say I'm not eligible but just making sure!

    Any help appreciated!
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    (Original post by EdC1992)
    Hi guys,

    I am a postgrad who finished my course in May 2014 and have been working full time since. I am going to go into a PGCE course in September 2016. My question is a bit of a simple one really- am I eligible for student finance despite being out of full time education for 2 and a half years by the time my course starts in September? Can't find anything on Student Finance to say I'm not eligible but just making sure!

    Any help appreciated!
    Yes, you'll be fine.PGCE Student Finance is independent of any previous SF entitlement and is not time-dependent.
 
 
 
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