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    i'm about to start my part time degree, but I'm confused about the finances. my course costs £3,500 a year, but i can borrow up to £4,500. on the application it says to state how much my course is per year but then above it says the university recommend £4,500.

    So my question really is, can i say £4,500 per year and receive that without getting in trouble ?
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    (Original post by bennieboy)
    i'm about to start my part time degree, but I'm confused about the finances. my course costs £3,500 a year, but i can borrow up to £4,500. on the application it says to state how much my course is per year but then above it says the university recommend £4,500.

    So my question really is, can i say £4,500 per year and receive that without getting in trouble ?
    tuition fee money is sent directly to your university so it makes no sense to borrow extra
 
 
 
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