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I have previously studied one year full time and one year as a part time student for a previous degree that I didn't complete. I received £9000 tuition fee loan for the first year and £2250 for the year I studied part time. Will I be able to receive a tuition fee loan if I am starting another degree?
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Hi Stvn

Just to ask you some questions to give you the correct information.

Is it a part-time or full-time course you are going to be studying? And how long will the course be for?


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It will be a full time course for 3 year

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Hi Stvn

Just to ask you some questions to give you the correct information.

Is it a part-time or full-time course you are going to be studying? And how long will the course be for?


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Hi Stvn

You can apply for full funding for the three years of study,however as you have used your gift year it means if you had to repeat a year you will need to self fund the fees and will be eligible for maintenance support only.

The application you will need to submit is a new students PN1 form;http://bit.ly/2mrTfas


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Hi Stvn

You can apply for full funding for the three years of study,however as you have used your gift year it means if you had to repeat a year you will need to self fund the fees and will be eligible for maintenance support only.

The application you will need to submit is a new students PN1 form;http://bit.ly/2mrTfas


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Hi Miriam

Does this mean I will qualify for full funding for all three years of the course?

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Hi Stvn


Yes that's correct you will be awarded full funding for the three years of study but will need to self fund if you had to repeat a year of study.


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Thank you very much. My part time study was me retaking 2 of my first year modules so in essence retaking first year on a part time basis. I did receive tuition funding for this of £2250 and a maintenance loan. Will this part time study affect my funding for my new course?
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Hi Stvn

The part-time previous study won't affect your previous study for a full-time course

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Thanks you Miriam
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The part-time previous study won't affect your previous study for a full-time course

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I've just been on the phone to student finance and I'm being told I will have to fund 1st year myself due to receiving funding for my part time year. Please help
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Hi Stvn


With previous study on a full time course only your full time previous will be counted, based on the information you have provided you only have the one year full time previous study so the calculation is as follows: three years is the number of years your looking to study plus you are given one gift year so in total you have four years of study, as you have studied one year previously before you have three years of funding remaining.

I can ensure you, you are eligible for the full three years of funding.

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