Funding for a second degree

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AliciaB02
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I'm wanting to drop out in my second year of my degree and want to get a different degree later on.
I'm aware that I wouldn't be able to have the full tuition fee funding again for another degree but was wondering how I would have to pay my fees? Would it be in small manageable amounts or would I be asked for larger chunks up front.
Any information or advice is greatly appreciated.
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(Original post by AliciaB02)
I'm wanting to drop out in my second year of my degree and want to get a different degree later on.
I'm aware that I wouldn't be able to have the full tuition fee funding again for another degree but was wondering how I would have to pay my fees? Would it be in small manageable amounts or would I be asked for larger chunks up front.
Any information or advice is greatly appreciated.
Hi Alicia, students can receive funding for the length of their course, plus one additional year, minus any previous study.

This means you would have to self fund the first year of your new course unless you have valid Compelling Personal Reasons http://ow.ly/MsMM30pjjOm

I understand your query is about how you can pay the tuition fee if you self fund. This would not be paid to ourselves so we can not accurately answer this question unfortunately, you would need to speak to the university and discuss a payment plan with them if you choose to self fund a year.

Thanks, Isaac
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