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    Hi, after I have finished my second year of uni on my current course I plan of leaving and starting a new degree with the open university.

    I'm really not happy with my subject choice or the quality of teaching and the OU seems like the perfect way to get my life back on track the way I want it.

    My dilemma is I will have already claimed 2 years worth of student loans and I'm not quite sure what options ill have when I go to start my new course finance wise.

    I understand that the open uni is considered part time even if you're studying at a full time rate.

    Any advice or guidance would be greatly appreciated thank you
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    Hi Cryomorph

    If you have not gained a qualification from your full-time studies, you will be eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan for your Open University course.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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