I had to interrupt my PGCE course in November for health reasons. My university said they would support my interruption on health grounds and that is the reason I stated on my interruption form.
I recently received a letter from student finance about my grant/loan overpayment due to my finance being suspended for my interruption, but the 60 days run on funding does not seem to have been taken into account. I was advised that the 60 days funding would be taken off of the overpayment amount automatically.
Is it likely that this first letter has been sent out automatically and I should I wait to see if I get another letter with the 60 days taken into account, or has something gone wrong somewhere? If so, how should I go about sorting it out?
Thanks for your help.
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Interruption on health grounds - 60 days funding watch
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- 15-01-2016 15:22
Mark Lee - SFE Official Adviser
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- 18-01-2016 12:38
I would advise you to call us so we can check if you were awarded the 60 day funding. We will only assess this if the university have stated the suspension was for medical grounds.
Tel: 0300 100 0607