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    Hi,
    I started a uni course in September 2012 and dropped out in November 2013 using up two years funding.
    I am now hopefully returning to uni on a two year foundation degree which I believe will both be funded but then I intend to do a further year to top-up to a BA which I believe I will have to pay for because of my previous attempt at uni which is okay(ish) as the fees are only (lol) £4500 a year.

    After I have my BA I would like to do a PGCE but I just want to know if I would also have to pay for this too? as I would have used up all my student finance entitlement but I'm unsure as I don't know how it works post graduation so I need to plan how I'm going to save £9000 (if it's still that much by then!)

    Thank you for your help
    Kirsty
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    Your PGCE is a separate course and isn't counted in the calculation used by SFE to calculate how many years they'll fund you.
 
 
 

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