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Hello, I am on a full-time masters that I started last September and finish this September. I have received all my funding (£10k) so the tuition fee (£6k) has now been paid as well as my maintenance (£4k). If I switch to part-time now, what would happen? Would SFE require me to pay back a big chunk of the maintenance as now I won't be finishing until September 2018? And what about the tuition fees? I am broke and in my overdraft so I am worried that I can't switch to part-time because I'll have to pay money back. The reason I am switching to part-time is so I can work more hours. Many thanks.
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Hi,

In regards to support as your are switching to part-time study we will not look to claw back any payments you have received, however as you've reached the full £10,000 you will not be entitled to any further funding.

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Mark
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(Original post by Mark SFE)
Hi,

In regards to support as your are switching to part-time study we will not look to claw back any payments you have received, however as you've reached the full £10,000 you will not be entitled to any further funding.

Thanks,

Mark
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Hi, I'm full time MSc student and thinking about switching to part-time, I have applied for full amount and received my first payment in october, how will my next two payment will be effected? thanks.
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Hi, I'm full time MSc student and thinking about switching to part-time, I have applied for full amount and received my first payment in october, how will my next two payment will be effected? thanks.
Hi, if you switch to part time so your are studying longer then your payments will reduce as they will need to cover every year of the course.
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