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    Hi so I started my degree last year and my tuition fees were £9,000 so this year for my 2nd year I applied for a tuition fee loan of £9000 again but then I just checked the university website and this has been raised to £9,250 for my course so does this mean that I should have applied for a loan of £9,250? I wasn't told that the fee would rise and wasn't made aware that I would need to increase my loan.
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    (Original post by Riley95)
    Hi so I started my degree last year and my tuition fees were £9,000 so this year for my 2nd year I applied for a tuition fee loan of £9000 again but then I just checked the university website and this has been raised to £9,250 for my course so does this mean that I should have applied for a loan of £9,250? I wasn't told that the fee would rise and wasn't made aware that I would need to increase my loan.
    The fee increase only applies to Freshers.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    The fee increase only applies to Freshers.
    ah okay thanks yeah I was sure that SFE said I could only get a maximum loan of £9,000.
 
 
 
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