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    Hey! I'm currently working and have been since I was 16. I'm 19 now.
    I've always been an UK resident, I've seen that been asked on threads here so I thought I'd mention that right off the bat.
    But I'm looking at getting back into education.

    It's been suggested that I go onto an access to higher education course, and after research this seems like the right thing for me!

    I can get onto the course for free, seems as it's my first level 3 qualification, and I have the GCSE entry requirements.

    My only problem is that after I turn 20, when I'd be starting the course, my parents won't get financial support for me, meaning I'd have to work alongside the course. I'm worried that I won't be able to complete the course to the best of my ability this way.

    So, to my question, I am wondering if there's any form of financial support for students at the age of 20 attending an access course?
 
 
 
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