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Hi – I am a mature student looking to study part time for a Drawing degree. I was working my way through the student finance application and I put in the cost for my level 1 part of the degree and cost. (First year)

But I did not see anywhere to input for the second and third level of the degree. Do I need to put the total cost in? Or do I re-apply as and when I need to?

Also if your part time course is distance learning, (I am hoping to study with the Open College Of The Arts) is there a time of year that's best to start? is it best I go along with the academic year like September for example? Or does it not matter in this instance?


I don't have a passport either, would it be easier to apply and get a passport first before applying for finance or go the birth certificate route?

Apologies in advance – very new to this and confused!



Thank you



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You have to apply each year. Applications for September 2017 entry open around February / March time.
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HI lisalamb1

You need to apply for tuition fees for all the modules you are doing in 1 year. Please ensure you use a part-time application form and if you are starting soon use the 2016/2017 one, if you are starting September 2017+ you need to wait until the applications are released next year.

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