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I’ve just started year 2 but it is not going as planned, so hope to transfer to another Uni- in contact with a new Uni re a direct transfer to year 2, or a re start at year 1 for a new course. My fees payment is 21/10 On SFE and the clearing deadline if I need to apply this way is 19/10. What will happen to my student finance if I transfer to year 2, or if a restart a new course via clearing ??
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I’ve just started year 2 but it is not going as planned, so hope to transfer to another Uni- in contact with a new Uni re a direct transfer to year 2, or a re start at year 1 for a new course. My fees payment is 21/10 On SFE and the clearing deadline if I need to apply this way is 19/10. What will happen to my student finance if I transfer to year 2, or if a restart a new course via clearing ??
Hi, as you will have 2 years of study. You would have to self fund the first year of your new course if you start from year 1 unless you have Compelling Personal Reasons http://ow.ly/MsMM30pjjOm
If you start from year 2 then you should be funded.
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Hi, as you will have 2 years of study. You would have to self fund the first year of your new course if you start from year 1 unless you have Compelling Personal Reasons http://ow.ly/MsMM30pjjOm
If you start from year 2 then you should be funded.
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Ok thanks. Have an appt with the new uni on Friday. What is the quickest way to contact student finance ? My payments to uni is scheduled for 22/10
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@SFE thanks Isaac. Interview went well today . I will be able to transfer to year 2 of the course at a new uni. I can add the info to the online change form but Is there a better way to progress. I don’t want to have to pay for 2 term 1 s at different unis. Thanks
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Ok thanks. Have an appt with the new uni on Friday. What is the quickest way to contact student finance ? My payments to uni is scheduled for 22/10
We can be contacted via calling 0300 100 0607 or messaging us on Facebook/Twitter.
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@SFE thanks Isaac. Interview went well today . I will be able to transfer to year 2 of the course at a new uni. I can add the info to the online change form but Is there a better way to progress. I don’t want to have to pay for 2 term 1 s at different unis. Thanks
Glad it went well - you should ask your new university to contact us to transfer your application over to them.
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SFE Isaac thanks . I’ve not confirmed with the new Uni as am not 100% sure.

Is there a deadline for me to swap? I don’t have to pay term 2 twice ?
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SFE Isaac thanks . I’ve not confirmed with the new Uni as am not 100% sure.

Is there a deadline for me to swap? I don’t have to pay term 2 twice ?
It depends if the first university request fees.
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Ok thanks. If needed then could I get funding for both unis for term 1?
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Ok thanks. If needed then could I get funding for both unis for term 1?
No, that isn't possible

Tuition fees are paid in 3 instalments during the academic year and will be paid at 25%, 25% and 50%.

Please see below details of each liability points;

During 1st Term - Student will be liable for 25% of total tuition fee costs
During 2nd Term -Student will be liable for 50% of total tuition fee costs
During 3rd Term - Student will be liable for 100% of total tuition fee costs


Please see below for our internal guidance that includes an example:
Where a student attends the original university, even if the original university charge zero fees, the new university will only be able to charge the % for the remaining liabilities. For example: A student attends HEP A in T1 and then transfers to T1 at HEP B. HEP A do not charge fees. HEP B cant charge for T1, they can only charge for T2 and T3,

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If the student transfers during Term 1 - the original university/college will receive 25%. The remaining 75% will be paid to the new university/college

If the student transfers during Term 2 - the original university/college will receive 2 x 25%. The remaining 50% will be paid to new university/college
If the student transfers during Term 3 - the new university/college cannot charge the student fees. Full payment will go to original university/college

Internal transfers - the university normally do internal transfers without the requirement of a change of circumstances, therefore doesn't affect the tuition fees.


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Ah, get it thanks. So I could then take another week to confirm with the new uni as am not 100% sure as it won’t make that much difference
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Ah, get it thanks. So I could then take another week to confirm with the new uni as am not 100% sure as it won’t make that much difference
Yes but both universities can't receive term 1 fees.
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Yes but both universities can't receive term 1 fees.
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SFE Isaac thanks for all your help !
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SFE Isaac thanks for all your help !
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