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    I'm doing a MSc at University of Lincoln. I am not enjoying the course, and I'm not particularly passionate about the subject.

    I'm about to start my second term, exams are next week. I should be revising but I'm just not interested in the topic, so reading anything related to it is such a chore. At this rate ill probably just pass.

    I took out the post graduate loan, in which I have received 1 instalment (3300). I have only paid a total of £600 tuition so far though, I haven't been asked to pay any so far.

    What happens if I drop out? Repaying the 3300 is fine, how much tuition do I owe? A full year?

    Also, if it makes a difference my attendance has not been good.
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    You need to look at your course/uni handbook/regulations - which should set out what you have agreed to pay and when, and what happens if you withdraw from the course; any advice on here from someone who hasn't read these will be speculation.
 
 
 
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