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    I was offered a post graduate loan for my MA course starting this October. I recieved my first term's installment of my loan which I paid to the university.

    After four weeks on the course I withdrew, as only once the course began did it become clear than many of the advertised stufy modules were no longer running, and therefore the degree was very different to what I had intended to study.

    I will be reapplying to a different university for next year, so I want to know what steps I need to take to inform student finance of my change in circumstances, and arrange a hold on the remainder of my payments until my new course begins.
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    Hi

    If you withdraw from the course you will be ineligible to reapply for the postgraduate loan again, unless you have compelling personal reasons as to why you left the course and evidence to show this.

    To withdraw the university can send us a notification or you can send a change of circumstance form if the university are unable to: http://bit.ly/28XNE4r

    Thanks
 
 
 
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