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Hi,

Would really appreciate some advice.

I’m due to begin a year long masters on January 24th. Originally I had a payment scheduled for early December and early January, having now enrolled I have received both payments. I have a sudden change in my personal life, whereby I may now not be able to begin the masters on Jan 24th and will therefore cancel my application.

My question is - if I am unable to begin the programme and therefore have to cancel my application, what will happen to the two payments I’ve already received? Will I need to repay these immediately or will they form my postgraduate loan which I’ll repay once I earn over the threshold?
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(Original post by jesmond94gb)
Hi,

Would really appreciate some advice.

I’m due to begin a year long masters on January 24th. Originally I had a payment scheduled for early December and early January, having now enrolled I have received both payments. I have a sudden change in my personal life, whereby I may now not be able to begin the masters on Jan 24th and will therefore cancel my application.

My question is - if I am unable to begin the programme and therefore have to cancel my application, what will happen to the two payments I’ve already received? Will I need to repay these immediately or will they form my postgraduate loan which I’ll repay once I earn over the threshold?
Hi, if you have received funding - then it means the university has sent us confirmation of you registering/attending and therefore it wouldn't be possible to cancel the application.

If you withdraw, you won't be eligible for further postgraduate funding. If you temporarily suspended to start later, then you would just need to ask the university to contact us to confirm this.

Thanks, Isaac
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