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    So I finished my first year of uni Studying Psychology, i passed. However, i didn't particularly enjoy the course, so i am now studying a different course at a different university at year 1. I've withdrawn from my Psychology after completing the academic year. Do i have to withdraw my loan on SFE or just leave it, as i'll pay it off as usual?
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    You pay it back as normal.
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    You pay it back as normal.
    So there's no need for me to login to my SFE account and withdraw the loan thingy?
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    (Original post by Helpwhatdoido)
    So there's no need for me to login to my SFE account and withdraw the loan thingy?
    Are SFE aware that you've switched courses?
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    I rang up a few months ago, explained the situation and they informed me to apply as usual for the funding i needed; but after a certain date. I did so, applied for my new course and it's all been green lit and accepted, i'm just waiting to enrol later on in the month. I was just unsure if i had to withdraw my loan now that i've withdrawn from the course i was studying this year, the course i completed.
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    I rang SFE and all is sorted, thanks for the help!
 
 
 
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