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Would an online degree with the University of London be covered by student finance?

If I've already used two of the fours years of funding would I need to self-finance my final year?
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Would an online degree with the University of London be covered by student finance?

If I've already used two of the fours years of funding would I need to self-finance my final year?
Hi there,
In order to determine your eligibility, please confirm:

1. Which university and course you are looking to start your studies with?
2. How old you are.
3. Your nationality, current status and time spent within the UK.
4. Any previous study and qualifications you may hold.

Thanks, Isaac
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Hi there,
In order to determine your eligibility, please confirm:

1. Which university and course you are looking to start your studies with?
2. How old you are.
3. Your nationality, current status and time spent within the UK.
4. Any previous study and qualifications you may hold.

Thanks, Isaac
Hi Isaac,

The University of London with a BSc in economics (distance learning)
24
British, since birth.
Two years, one was until December and the other was until the beginning of January.
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Hi Isaac,

The University of London with a BSc in economics (distance learning)
24
British, since birth.
Two years, one was until December and the other was until the beginning of January.
There are 14 different economics courses at this university. Please confirm your full course name.

I will copy the list below.


BSc Economics (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

BSc Economics (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics (Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

BSc Economics (Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management (Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management(Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

Development & Economics
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics and Finance Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics and Management Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics and Politics Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Mathematics and Economics Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs


Thanks, Isaac
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There are 14 different economics courses at this university. Please confirm your full course name.

I will copy the list below.


BSc Economics (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

BSc Economics (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics (Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

BSc Economics (Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management (Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

BSc Economics and Management(Online) - Nov Effective Date of Reg (Aug/Nov & Feb/May)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs

Development & Economics
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics and Finance Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics and Management Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics and Politics Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Economics Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs

Mathematics and Economics Standard Entry
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Part-time
3yrs


Thanks, Isaac
Hi Isaac,

It would be
BSc Economics (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs


Also, if I were to repay my loan from one of my previous years of study would I regain 3 years of funding or would I need to repay both the tuition fee and maintenance fee?

Many thanks.
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Hi Isaac,

It would be
BSc Economics (Online) - May Effective Date of Reg (Feb/May & Aug/Nov)
Bachelor Degree
Distance learning
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs


Also, if I were to repay my loan from one of my previous years of study would I regain 3 years of funding or would I need to repay both the tuition fee and maintenance fee?

Many thanks.
Economics is not a full time exception course, only part time.

If you have 2 years of previous study, you will have to self fund the first year of this course. The only way to be funded for all 3 years is if you have and can provide evidence of Compelling Personal Reasons http://ow.ly/MsMM30pjjOm

Distance learning applicants are not entitled to any Maintenance Loan, unless the applicant has a disability that prevents them from attending a physical university.
Thanks, Isaac
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Economics is not a full time exception course, only part time.

If you have 2 years of previous study, you will have to self fund the first year of this course. The only way to be funded for all 3 years is if you have and can provide evidence of Compelling Personal Reasons http://ow.ly/MsMM30pjjOm

Distance learning applicants are not entitled to any Maintenance Loan, unless the applicant has a disability that prevents them from attending a physical university.
Thanks, Isaac
Ah okay, I do have compelling reasons but as I did not seek help at the time that avenue is void.

Could I not recieve full funding if I repay one of the years of tuition fees I owe?

Thanks again.
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Ah okay, I do have compelling reasons but as I did not seek help at the time that avenue is void.

Could I not recieve full funding if I repay one of the years of tuition fees I owe?

Thanks again.
That is not possible. It's only possible by providing CPR evidence.
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That is not possible. It's only possible by providing CPR evidence.
Thanks, Isaac
No problem, cheers.
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No problem, cheers.
You're welcome, I hope you have a lovely weekend
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You're welcome, I hope you have a lovely weekend
Sorry to bother you again, for the first year if I self funded the tuition fee would I be eligible to any maintenance loan or would I need to provide that myself also?
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Sorry to bother you again, for the first year if I self funded the tuition fee would I be eligible to any maintenance loan or would I need to provide that myself also?
There is no Maintenance Loan available to distance learners unless you have a disability.
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There is no Maintenance Loan available to distance learners unless you have a disability.
Thanks, Isaac
But if it was a traditional course I would, say economics at keele for example?
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But if it was a traditional course I would, say economics at keele for example?
If it is not a distance learning course then yes you can receive a Maintenance Loan for every year, including the first.
Thanks, Isaac
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If it is not a distance learning course then yes you can receive a Maintenance Loan for every year, including the first.
Thanks, Isaac
That's brilliant, cheers Isaac you've been great.

Have a lovely weekend.
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That's brilliant, cheers Isaac you've been great.

Have a lovely weekend.
You're welcome. I hope you do too
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