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I had to take a break in studies during the last academic year (2019/20) due to serious personal reasons. This left me with a £10,000 overpayment.
I returned this year (2020/21) and am now only a few months away from finishing.

Unfortunately due to continuing personal issues, I have yet to send in my CPR and hardship form. I am now panicking as I’ve left it so long (my fault of course), and without student finance I won’t be able to afford the tuition fees and therefore won’t be able to graduate.

Is it still possible to do send in my CPR and hardship form for the 2019/20 academic year, or is there a deadline?

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I had to take a break in studies during the last academic year (2019/20) due to serious personal reasons. This left me with a £10,000 overpayment.
I returned this year (2020/21) and am now only a few months away from finishing.

Unfortunately due to continuing personal issues, I have yet to send in my CPR and hardship form. I am now panicking as I’ve left it so long (my fault of course), and without student finance I won’t be able to afford the tuition fees and therefore won’t be able to graduate.

Is it still possible to do send in my CPR and hardship form for the 2019/20 academic year, or is there a deadline?

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Hi Katie, our guidelines don't state there is any timescale for CPR to be accepted.

We have a 9 month deadline to apply for funding, so we state you must apply for finance within 9 months of the start of your academic year.
If it has been more than 9 months without applying then you may not be accepted for the funding, you will need to provide a reason why you are applying so late and it will be up to our assessors to decide if they accept the reason.
Thanks, Isaac
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