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    So I was just offered a place in London Metropolitan university which i'm more than happy to accept but as I read about their tuition fee payment policies, it said they have three ways that you can pay you tuition:


    1. To pay in full. UK and EU postgraduate students are entitled to a 5% prompt payment discount if full payment is made prior to or at enrolment. This discount also applies to UK and EU undergraduate students who started their courses in 2012/13.
    2. By two instalments - 50% at enrolment and 50% by 31 December. There are no instalment arrangements or discounts available for courses of one semester.
    3. By one payment at enrolment of 50% of the total annual fee, followed by three equal instalments, beginning on the last working day of October and finishing at the end of December. These payments can be made either through the University’s e-pay system or by Direct Debit.

    This made me wonder that is it possible to get the student loans in any of these ways or can you just get one semesters loan at a time. Because how I read from the student loan site it says that you have to apply again for the loan after the first semester. Please help me get answers so i know if i can accept the place.
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    (Original post by TiiaSalo)
    Hi!

    So I was just offered a place in London Metropolitan university which i'm more than happy to accept but as I read about their tuition fee payment policies, it said they have three ways that you can pay you tuition:


    1. To pay in full. UK and EU postgraduate students are entitled to a 5% prompt payment discount if full payment is made prior to or at enrolment. This discount also applies to UK and EU undergraduate students who started their courses in 2012/13.
    2. By two instalments - 50% at enrolment and 50% by 31 December. There are no instalment arrangements or discounts available for courses of one semester.
    3. By one payment at enrolment of 50% of the total annual fee, followed by three equal instalments, beginning on the last working day of October and finishing at the end of December. These payments can be made either through the University’s e-pay system or by Direct Debit.


    This made me wonder that is it possible to get the student loans in any of these ways or can you just get one semesters loan at a time. Because how I read from the student loan site it says that you have to apply again for the loan after the first semester. Please help me get answers so i know if i can accept the place.
    That information appears to be directed towards postgraduates - are you applying for a postgrad degree or a BA/BSc/BEng?
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    Hi

    Can you confirm your mode of study please.

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