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Hi, back in 1999 I entered into my 3rd year of a degree but was unable to complete it so I have had 3 years of tuition fees but no degree.

I would like to know if I could get tuition fees paid now of I wanted to study again?

If so would I qualify for an ELQ course? ( I want to do psychology). Would I have to do it part time?

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I also have the City and Guilds Certificate in Educate in Fe (Cert Ed) which I believe is a HE qualification.
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Hi, back in 1999 I entered into my 3rd year of a degree but was unable to complete it so I have had 3 years of tuition fees but no degree.

I would like to know if I could get tuition fees paid now of I wanted to study again?

If so would I qualify for an ELQ course? ( I want to do psychology). Would I have to do it part time?

Thanks
Hi, your 3 years of previous full time study will only affect your eligibility to study full time again, you can study part time for any course as you have not gained any qualification, your previous full time study does not affect part time eligibility.
You can receive up to 16 years of part time funding.
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Thank you, so does that mean I can apply for a part time non-ELQ course? E.g I would prefer to do an Education degree rather than Psychology (which is on the list.

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Thank you, so does that mean I can apply for a part time non-ELQ course? E.g I would prefer to do an Education degree rather than Psychology (which is on the list.

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That is correct as long as you have not gained any higher education qualification you can apply for any part time course and receive up to 16 years of funding.
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Hello. Would I be able to do a Nursing degree full-time or do I have to select part time for that? I was wondering it was an exception being a health subject? I will be applying to the open university and so can I select full time or being as it is the OU I have to select part-time for SFE application?

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Hello. Would I be able to do a Nursing degree full-time or do I have to select part time for that? I was wondering it was an exception being a health subject? I will be applying to the open university and so can I select full time or being as it is the OU I have to select part-time for SFE application?

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Hi, as long as you are not already registered as a Nurse then your previous study won't affect your eligibility. You can receive full time funding.

Open University is always part time, tuition fees only unless you have a disability that prevents you from attending a physical university.
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