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    Hi, due to previous years study, I'm only entitled to two years funding from SFE. My question is, if I were to enrol on a fast track two year course, would the same principle apply and i'd only be entitled to one year funding? Or would I be able to get what would technically be full funding for the course?

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    (Original post by BanksLFC)
    Hi, due to previous years study, I'm only entitled to two years funding from SFE. My question is, if I were to enrol on a fast track two year course, would the same principle apply and i'd only be entitled to one year funding? Or would I be able to get what would technically be full funding for the course?

    Thanks in advance
    The calculation for funding is

    length of new course + gift year - previous years of study.

    This means that if you've already studied for 2 years then the first year of any new course would not be funded (but if you are admitted onto year 2 of a course this would be funded)
 
 
 
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