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    I have already done two and 3/4 years in a ba photography course and i left due to stress issues at the time.I am now wanting to re attend university and i am eligible to start on there second year which i have one year left of funding for but i am wondering if there is any way of funding my third year or how to do this as the fees are £7000 ? and help please!!!!
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    (Original post by becslizabeth)
    I have already done two and 3/4 years in a ba photography course and i left due to stress issues at the time.I am now wanting to re attend university and i am eligible to start on there second year which i have one year left of funding for but i am wondering if there is any way of funding my third year or how to do this as the fees are £7000 ? and help please!!!!
    If you can get third party proof e.g. a letter from your GP, a counsellor etc., that you had to leave due to stress, then you can reclaim your lost year of SF entitlement through their Compelling Personal Reasons process.
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    thank you just been on the phone to student finance i have hospital proof but as i thought i could deal with my issues myself at the time i don't have gp proof. but i can get testimonials from my previous tutors.
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    thank you just been on the phone to student finance i have hospital proof but as i thought i could deal with my issues myself at the time i don't have gp proof. but i can get testimonials from my previous tutors.
    That's great news. Doesn't matter whether proof is GP or hospital, as long as it's from an independent professional and backs up what you're telling SF. Sounds like you have it wrapped up with tutor evidence as well.

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by Klix88)
    That's great news. Doesn't matter whether proof is GP or hospital, as long as it's from an independent professional and backs up what you're telling SF. Sounds like you have it wrapped up with tutor evidence as well.

    Good luck!
    hopefully thank you for the advice though
 
 
 
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