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    Hey guys so I am 17 right now I turn 18 in July I've already done my first year in college this is my second year but I want to continue studying a 2 year course. I know that I have the next year covered by free funding for 16-19 year old students however will I be funded for the year after that or do I have to pay myself even though it's a joint 2 year course??
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    Hey guys so I am 17 right now I turn 18 in July I've already done my first year in college this is my second year but I want to continue studying a 2 year course. I know that I have the next year covered by free funding for 16-19 year old students however will I be funded for the year after that or do I have to pay myself even though it's a joint 2 year course??
    Funding is usually based on your age at the start of a course - so you should be fine.

    Ask the college directly though if you're worried.
 
 
 

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