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I've got my heart set on central saint martins for fine art, but i've been told by many they recommend doing a foundation year first.

I'm coming straight out of A-level art and wanting to apply for 2022. Do they even offer places to students without a foundation diploma in art? the UCAS websites says you need one while the UAL website doesn't specify.
I would prefer doing my foundation at UAL because of their offer of guaranteeing you a place at one of their colleges.

I find myself stuck as i'm very unsure if the foundation year qualifies for a maintenance/ living costs loan or not. Are you able to qualify for one? Is it worth it in the long run?
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The foundation tuition is free if you’re 18 or under but it doesn’t qualify for maintenance loan payments. I got in for this year and just plan on commuting into London
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