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    My daughter started a course at one uni, but hated it and only stayed there a few weeks. She took the rest of the year as a gap year, and is now in her second year at another uni. She is 💭 nr of deferring her third year to get some work experience. How does she stand on student finance, will they provide funding for the third year for what essentially is another gap year. She paid back some of her money from her first uni but I think still had to have the first term’s tuition fee in her loan.
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    (Original post by Asha_19)
    Haven't you already asked this question?
    No, as I’ve only just become aware of her intentions.
 
 
 
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