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Hello, does anyone know if student finance will finance re taking a year if i passed it? I want to transfer from the open university to a physical university but worried they might not accept me onto year 2 so i wouldnt mind re doing year 1 again. But dont know if student finance will finance it, they usually offer a gift year but is it only for re takes? My course is 3 year so 3+ 1 gift year = 4 minus the year i done i should get 3 years financing?
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Hello, does anyone know if student finance will finance re taking a year if i passed it? I want to transfer from the open university to a physical university but worried they might not accept me onto year 2 so i wouldnt mind re doing year 1 again. But dont know if student finance will finance it, they usually offer a gift year but is it only for re takes? My course is 3 year so 3+ 1 gift year = 4 minus the year i done i should get 3 years financing?
Hi there,

Will you gain any qualifications from your time at the Open University?

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Hi there,

Will you gain any qualifications from your time at the Open University?

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Hi, yes a CertHE , if i choose to request it that is. It says if i request the CertHE it will affect my finance. But if i don’t request it then it shouldn’t?
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Hi, yes a CertHE , if i choose to request it that is. It says if i request the CertHE it will affect my finance. But if i don’t request it then it shouldn’t?
Is it for an honours degree and how many years will this be?

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Is it for an honours degree and how many years will this be?

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Yes an honours, 3 years degree
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Yes an honours, 3 years degree
Thank you and just to confirm its one year you've studied at the Open University? Is that correct?

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Thank you and just to confirm its one year you've studied at the Open University? Is that correct?

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Yes that is correct
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Yes that is correct
Will your new course be full time or part time?

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It’s full time
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Yes that is correct
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It’s full time
Hi Vale,

Thank you for confirming. In that case you should be eligible for funding for the duration of the new full time course, as you will not hold an equal level qualification and only have one year of previous study.

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Hi Vale,

Thank you for confirming. In that case you should be eligible for funding for the duration of the new full time course, as you will not hold an equal level qualification and only have one year of previous study.

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Thank you for all of your help 😊
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Thank you for all of your help 😊
You're welcome! If you have any further questions feel free to ask.

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