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    Hello,

    Can anyone help me out -

    I'm doing a Day HNC Business course, however i'm doing a fast track course so i complete the HNC over one year, as appose to 2. Normally it would be completed over 2 years, but as i'm doing it over 1 it's pretty much just the same as the full time course.

    I have applied for funding ect, that is all sorted. When i applied i was working full time, with the intention of then reducing my work to 3 days a week. However the work load is quite alot, and i'm not going to be able to keep up with both - which is why i want to apply for a student loan.

    Does anyone know if i'm eligible for a part time student loan, or if that is even a thing? Or because it is being completed over 1 year, would i be able to get full time student loan?

    Thanks!
 
 
 
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