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    Hi,

    I have already sat a 30 credit module with the OU (Pretty sure I have failed it due to personal circumstances) and I am now thinking of applying to other university.

    I was wondering, would I still get student finance if I was to take a foundation year? Will I actually be able to get funding at all because I've already sat a 30 credit module.

    If someone could help me, I would be ever so grateful.

    Thanks
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    Are you studying part time? If so you are entitled to 16 years part time funding, as long as you don't have a equivalent or higher level qualification
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    (Original post by choco_muncher)
    Are you studying part time? If so you are entitled to 16 years part time funding, as long as you don't have a equivalent or higher level qualification
    yes, i was studying part time for a 30 credit module, but this year i'm applying to study full time, so would i still be able to get the funding to study a foundation year and then move onto a three year degree.
 
 
 
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