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    I'm wanting to go studying full time. Preferably with the OU as I've already accumulated credits. As I have a young family studying full time and working is not an option.

    I know I can use a student loan to cover the costs of my studies but where do I stand on applying for a loan/grant (not sure what it's called) to help pay for things my part time job would of covered?

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    Hi, If applying for a Full Time course at Open University you would only be entitled to receive between £6000 and £9000 Tuition Fee Loan. You would not be entitled to receive any maintenance loan or grant to cover other costs. Thanks
 
 
 
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