Intercalating medicine

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I'm a medical student and I intercalated after my 3rd year. So this year I am going into my 5th year of study and I'm eligible for the NHS bursary. However, I'm only in my 4th year of medicine. When I re-apply for student finance should I select that I am in my 5th year of study? Otherwise the the system thinks I am eligible for full student finance again this year, which I'm not.
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Hi,

I'm a medical student and I intercalated after my 3rd year. So this year I am going into my 5th year of study and I'm eligible for the NHS bursary. However, I'm only in my 4th year of medicine. When I re-apply for student finance should I select that I am in my 5th year of study? Otherwise the the system thinks I am eligible for full student finance again this year, which I'm not.
Hi There,

You’ll need to state that you’re in the 4th year of your course; we’ll award the correct finance as part of the assessment process.

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Thanks for the reply.
So do I state that I want a tuition fee loan? Even though I know I'm not eligible for one?

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Hi There,

You’ll need to state that you’re in the 4th year of your course; we’ll award the correct finance as part of the assessment process.

Thanks, Erin N
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Thanks for the reply.
So do I state that I want a tuition fee loan? Even though I know I'm not eligible for one?

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Hi there,

You would say you don't want this.

Thanks, Erin
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