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    Hello,

    I'm a first year undergraduate who is undergoing the process of tranferring courses such that I begin a new BA in september.I understand that the University contacts SF to sort out implications of my transfer for funding for the next few years.

    My question is regarding this year- I have been given the option of continuing on or applying for a leave of absence for the rest of this year, so that I would leave now and start again in september. If I apply for a leave of absence, can I ask how this would effect my student loans and grants? Would I have to repay the grants / tuition fees I have already been paid immediately? What about fees and funding for the remaining two semesters?

    Thank You For Your Help.
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    Hi KarmaRocket

    If you suspend or withdraw from this course, we will reassess the application. This may result in you having an over-payment for maintenance loan and/or grant.
    If you withdraw, our collections dept would contact you about repaying the over-payment. You would need to reapply as a new student.
    If you suspend and transfer, any over-payment may be taken from the next years entitlement.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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