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    I am not sure where I should ask my question so I put it here.

    Recently we have received a letter from the Dutch student finance organization. In the letter it suggest that a degree BA of arts ( in this case Philosophy with Psychology) from Warwick university is not equivalent to a BA degree of arts Philosophy or Psychology. The main reason given is one sentence cited from the uni website for the undergraduate course PP: We welcome applicants with non-standard qualifications or relevant experience, and applicants with other internationally recognised qualifications. Therefor we cannot get the student finance.
    Has this happened to any Dutch students who started at Warwick university last year? Any reaction will be much appreciated!

    Edit: problem solved
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