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Hello, I'm currently studying an Access to Higher Education course at Wolverhampton City College. I've been trying to apply for funding for my course online but I keep getting told "My college or training organisation isn't approved for funding". I was reassured numerous times by faculty that I had plenty of time to submit my application for funding just to be declined yesterday. I've now been given a letter stating "The college has now reached the limit of its loans facility, and therefore no further applications are being accepted by the Student Loans Company". I've called the Student Loans Company and they told me it's an issue with the college. I ask the college and they tell me it's an issue with the Loans Company. Is there still a possibility for me to receive funding for my course so that I can continue my studies?

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(Original post by tyronmarshall)
Hello, I'm currently studying an Access to Higher Education course at Wolverhampton City College. I've been trying to apply for funding for my course online but I keep getting told "My college or training organisation isn't approved for funding". I was reassured numerous times by faculty that I had plenty of time to submit my application for funding just to be declined yesterday. I've now been given a letter stating "The college has now reached the limit of its loans facility, and therefore no further applications are being accepted by the Student Loans Company". I've called the Student Loans Company and they told me it's an issue with the college. I ask the college and they tell me it's an issue with the Loans Company. Is there still a possibility for me to receive funding for my course so that I can continue my studies?

Thanks for reading.
Hi there,

The Skills Funding Agency are our partners in providing Advanced Learner Loans. They are responsible for determining which Colleges, Training Organisations and courses are eligible, how much loan we can pay and they provide us with those details to help us make a decision on a learner’s application.

If your course and Learning Provider are approved then you should be eligible to apply for an Advanced Learner Loan, if your course has reached it's limit then you will need to discuss this directly with your Learning Provider.

Thanks, Amy
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