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So long story short, my university experience has been very messy. Due to a combination of family illness, personal ilnness, and mental health I have had s rocky time at University. I started University A in 2018 and completed two years of study, but then moved to another institution because I felt it wasn't right for me. I started University B in 2020, but had to retake the second year because a 3rd year did not exist in the course. For the reason mentioned above, I have found myself unable to complete my degree and have withdrawn from study. I am interested in transferring some of my credits and working towards a degree part-time with OU. Would I be eligible for Student Finance (England) funding to cover tuition fees or is this out of the question because I have studied previously?
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So long story short, my university experience has been very messy. Due to a combination of family illness, personal ilnness, and mental health I have had s rocky time at University. I started University A in 2018 and completed two years of study, but then moved to another institution because I felt it wasn't right for me. I started University B in 2020, but had to retake the second year because a 3rd year did not exist in the course. For the reason mentioned above, I have found myself unable to complete my degree and have withdrawn from study. I am interested in transferring some of my credits and working towards a degree part-time with OU. Would I be eligible for Student Finance (England) funding to cover tuition fees or is this out of the question because I have studied previously?
Hi There,

We don’t take previous studies for full-time study into account for part-time courses I if you didn’t complete the course. You should be eligible for finance if you study an Open University course.

Thanks, Erin N
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