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I am going into my second year of studies and my childcare is remaining the same. This needs to be paid in advance. According to my student finance account my grants are due to be paid on 18 September. But I I am not due to be enrolled until the 22nd. I have spoken to sfe twice and gotten two different answers but i need to know when i'll get the money for the childcare? I cant afford to pay £800 on the 18th by myself and i'll have to miss classes until it goes through because if it takes until the week after i will not be able to pay for my childcare.
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I am going into my second year of studies and my childcare is remaining the same. This needs to be paid in advance. According to my student finance account my grants are due to be paid on 18 September. But I I am not due to be enrolled until the 22nd. I have spoken to sfe twice and gotten two different answers but i need to know when i'll get the money for the childcare? I cant afford to pay £800 on the 18th by myself and i'll have to miss classes until it goes through because if it takes until the week after i will not be able to pay for my childcare.
Hi Ljhall413,

Student Finance England will only make your payments once your College or University has confirmed that you're registered on your course. You might need to give your Student Finance Entitlement letter to your College or University before they can do this.

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