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    Hi guys.

    I've previously had 2 years funding for study; due to various medical issues flaring up I ended up failing the end of my second year, and took time to sort out said issues before heading back: And am currently looking at the option of Open university, and possibly doing an unrelated course 'full time'.

    I know traditionally you get 4 years worth of tuition loans; however how does this effect the part time tuition fee loan that ( I think? )the U.O uses? Would I be required to self-fund one of the years? Or is it an issue of cost? As if so the 3 year O.U course would still cost less than re-doing the last 2 years of my previous degree.

    Thanks in advance: And sorry if this is the wrong place to post this, was kinda up in the air whether to go for here or the finance sub! Cheers!
 
 
 

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