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    I'd like to know if I could get financing for the first year of university.

    So many uni's absolutely will not accept you into the second year. Period. You MUST do the first year even if you're way overqualified.

    I already got burned once before applying to westminister, because they expected me to pay the £9,000 upfront. My loan got declined as I already had completed a level four course, and the first year in a lot of uni's is a level four.

    Is there anyway for me to do the first year in uni if it's a level four? I did my HNC at college, but I took out a loan for roughly 5.5k for it. It's a level four.
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    Hi RadikilRAM

    If your HNC was only for 1 year, you will be able to get funding to top up this qualification. So if you wanted to do a 3 year degree for example, we could award funding for all years of this.

    If you want to do a single course at the same level we would not be able to fund this.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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