I'll try not to ramble on but I went to Anglia Ruskin university and I hated the course I was on and the time I spent at uni I had a lot of medical issues, I finished one year but didn't pass it all, so for my second year instead of continuing I had to make up credits.. That's when I got very unwell and dropped out.
I now have my medical issues under control and I've been studying child care, I'm 22 and I want to peruse this even further through university. Can I replay apply? And how much am I covered for loans?
Dropped out, restarting but worried about loans Watch
- Thread Starter
- 03-05-2016 20:29
- 04-05-2016 23:31
Did you get 2 years of funding with student finance or 1? (regardless of whether you completed the years)
If you got 1 year of funding you will be fine to start a new degree fully funded as student finance gives you 1 grace year. But that does mean it will be your last chance to start again fully funded, and you wouldn't have any repeat years covered.
If you had 2 years funded then you will need to fund the first year yourself and then student finance will fund the subsequent years (someone correct me if I'm wrong)
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- 04-05-2016 23:42
What Sophie said. They wont fund your first year, but you can try and appeal under compelling personal circumstances. You will need evidence that your health reasons were serious enough.