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    I was hoping you could help. So basically I've applied for student finance and have signed and am about to send off the declaration form needed to move forward in the student finance process but I was just wondering if I do decide that I don't want to go to university in a couple of months will i be able to withdraw my form and opt out of student finance?
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    (Original post by Emiejane)
    I was hoping you could help. So basically I've applied for student finance and have signed and am about to send off the declaration form needed to move forward in the student finance process but I was just wondering if I do decide that I don't want to go to university in a couple of months will i be able to withdraw my form and opt out of student finance?
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    Withdrawing your finance application is as simple as not turning up for your course. SLC don't pay out a penny until your university confirm your physical attendance - if you don't show then nothing gets paid and the loans are cancelled automatically.
 
 
 

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