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    Hi!

    I'm permanently withdrawing from my university within the first week. My start of term date was on 03/10/2016, and I have put on my form that my last date of attendance was the 06/10. However, I have been told it may take up to ten days (from yesterday, 07/10) for it to be processed and my tuition fee loan is supposed to get to the uni on 19/10. Since I put that my last date attending was in the first week, will my tuition loan still go out and will I then have to pay it back? If so, when? If it does take 10 days, it should be complete on the 17/10, which is 2 days before student finance goes out but the start of the second week. Would this mean that I would have to pay it back?

    Also, my maintenance loan arrived at the start of this first week, and I wondered if I would have to pay that back immediately, or would it work out so that I just wait since I am hoping to reapply to university next year. So would I pay back my maintenance loan with the rest of my student finance once I've reapplied, or would I do that as soon as I leave?

    Thanks,
    Kate
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    Hi there.

    Your College/Uni will advise us of your withdrawal once they've processed it and even if the first instalment of fees have gone out by then we are able to automatically take it back from them.

    If you have already received a Maintenance Loan payment then we will ask for this to be paid back as soon as possible. Payment can be made through our repayments team on 0300 100 0611.

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by Brian SFE)
    Hi there.

    Your College/Uni will advise us of your withdrawal once they've processed it and even if the first instalment of fees have gone out by then we are able to automatically take it back from them.

    If you have already received a Maintenance Loan payment then we will ask for this to be paid back as soon as possible. Payment can be made through our repayments team on 0300 100 0611.

    Thanks.
    I have applied for a new course that is 3 years, and although the first course I went on (which I dropped out of) was only £9,000 the new tuition fee is £9,250 will I be eligible for this?

    Also, since I am paying what I owe of my maintenance loan every month regularly, well I be entitled to maximum funds for the maintenance loan, or will it be limited?
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    Hi MartinisSkip

    Yes, the tuition fee loan now cover fees up to £9250. You will be able to apply for full funding for the duration of your course.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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