Getting PGCE funding

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Hi there,

I started a course in September 2021 which i subsequently withdrew from. My tuition fee was never paid to the university and i only received a small amount of maintenance loan for the year.

I'm now starting a new 3-year course this September 2022. I'm considering applying to do a PGCE after i finish this course, and i was wondering whether i would still be entitled to take out a loan for this since loans for PGCEs are also done through undergraduate student finance?

I know you are only entitled to 4 years of undergraduate finance but i'm assuming that because my tuition fee for the course i withdrew from this year was never paid, i would still be able to get funding for a PGCE?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Hi there,

I started a course in September 2021 which i subsequently withdrew from. My tuition fee was never paid to the university and i only received a small amount of maintenance loan for the year.

I'm now starting a new 3-year course this September 2022. I'm considering applying to do a PGCE after i finish this course, and i was wondering whether i would still be entitled to take out a loan for this since loans for PGCEs are also done through undergraduate student finance?

I know you are only entitled to 4 years of undergraduate finance but i'm assuming that because my tuition fee for the course i withdrew from this year was never paid, i would still be able to get funding for a PGCE?

Thanks in advance for any help.
Hi There,

PGCE courses are an exception to our previous study rules so your previous funding won’t affect your entitlement; you should be eligible for full funding,

Thanks, Eri N
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