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    If I get a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance for a Masters course, would I be able to pay in monthly installments using the Open University Student Budget Account?
    Or is there maybe another way I wouldn't have to pay upfront for the whole module cost (this is a 2-year masters I'm talking about)?

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    (Original post by thatwasestidea)
    If I get a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance for a Masters course, would I be able to pay in monthly installments using the Open University Student Budget Account?
    Or is there maybe another way I wouldn't have to pay upfront for the whole module cost (this is a 2-year masters I'm talking about)?

    Thanks!
    Ask the OU. They would be able to tell you.
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    You'd need to check with OUSBA but I think you can - although I believe I saw someone saying you can't count the pg student loan as income for OUSBA's income calculations? The other thing to bear in mind is that this effectively leaves you paying interest twice, if you do the full-year paying back thing? (Once on OUSBA and again on the pg loan).
 
 
 
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