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Hi,

I heard somewhere that the foudation year needs to be integrated to obtain a student loan otherwise you would have to pay £9000 for the year yourself, is this true?

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By integrated they tend to just mean the courses that lead on to the full degree. As opposed to the foundation degree that can have a top up used on it. Probably badly explained but yh.
You'd probably get the loan for Birmingham. I'm doing a similar course and I have got the loan

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