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Hello there,I would like to ask two questions. Firstly, while registering at the University I will be stuyding for my Masters they ask me who is going to pay for my fees. I am applying for a Masters loan so should I put in that I will be paying for the fees or that the government will be paying? Secondly in the terms and conditions guide for student finance it says I become liable for 25% of the loan at the start of the first term, but my Masters is only one year, how will that work (how do the terms correspond to the one year)?
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Just say student finance will be funding you. I’m not sure about the second part. Best to call student finance directly and ask them
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(Original post by RickSanchez1988)
Hello there,I would like to ask two questions. Firstly, while registering at the University I will be stuyding for my Masters they ask me who is going to pay for my fees. I am applying for a Masters loan so should I put in that I will be paying for the fees or that the government will be paying? Secondly in the terms and conditions guide for student finance it says I become liable for 25% of the loan at the start of the first term, but my Masters is only one year, how will that work (how do the terms correspond to the one year)?
There are 3 terms in a year. So the loan is split into 3 parts (not necessarily equal parts).
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Hello there,I would like to ask two questions. Firstly, while registering at the University I will be stuyding for my Masters they ask me who is going to pay for my fees. I am applying for a Masters loan so should I put in that I will be paying for the fees or that the government will be paying? Secondly in the terms and conditions guide for student finance it says I become liable for 25% of the loan at the start of the first term, but my Masters is only one year, how will that work (how do the terms correspond to the one year)?
You need to ask SFE Isaac
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Thanks for the answers!
Now I found out student finance can't pay for my fees since the university is in Scotland, so I need to contact SAAS which I read somewhere on their site - if I understood correctly - that they don't pay for EU students studying in Scotland. Does anyone have any info regarding this?
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Not a clue. Phone them ASAP so you get the funding as soon as possible
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Yeah will do that tomorrow as they are closed for the day.
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(Original post by RickSanchez1988)
Hello there,I would like to ask two questions. Firstly, while registering at the University I will be stuyding for my Masters they ask me who is going to pay for my fees. I am applying for a Masters loan so should I put in that I will be paying for the fees or that the government will be paying? Secondly in the terms and conditions guide for student finance it says I become liable for 25% of the loan at the start of the first term, but my Masters is only one year, how will that work (how do the terms correspond to the one year)?
Hi, if you are applying for the loan then you should state that you are going to receive finance. Regarding your second question, can you clarify further, if you left during the first term then you wouldn't have all the loan to repay as we pay in 3 installments. Are you asking how much funding you have to pay back if you withdraw?
Thanks, Isaac
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