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Hello all,
Is is true that those already with masters cannot get student finance? If true , are there some exceptions?
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(Original post by Ipitiesi)
Hello all,
Is is true that those already with masters cannot get student finance? If true , are there some exceptions?
For teacher training, you can get student finance for tuition fees and maintenance loans even if you have already used your full allowance with undergrad/masters courses.
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Hello all,
I need urgent advice. I have just been rejected for student finance. I do not understand the reason that my residency requirement is not sufficient. I have presetlled status. I work and live in kent. I have applied as EU migrant worker. Is there any anything I missed to cause my rejection.? I need your help please! Thanks,
Greg.
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(Original post by Ipitiesi)
Hello all,
I need urgent advice. I have just been rejected for student finance. I do not understand the reason that my residency requirement is not sufficient. I have presetlled status. I work and live in kent. I have applied as EU migrant worker. Is there any anything I missed to cause my rejection.? I need your help please! Thanks,
Greg.
I'm not sure, unfortunately, however you can ask in the forum linked below, where people from SFE can advise. I believe they only work on weekdays though, so you may have to wait til Monday for a response.

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=910

Hopefully somebody else here can answer!
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I'm not sure, unfortunately, however you can ask in the forum linked below, where people from SFE can advise. I believe they only work on weekdays though, so you may have to wait til Monday for a response.

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=910

Hopefully somebody else here can answer!
I will do so thanks!
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