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student finance help! Can't complete .. I need evidence that I am doing a placement! watch

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    Hey, I can't complete my student finance application because I need to send evidence that I will be doing a placement!.. So what evidence do I supply????

    I can't send in my conditional/confirmation letter thst Brunel sent me because I already sent that with my student account application for Natwest and I stupidly didn't make a copy of it.

    Should I send the decision letter from UCAS track which says that I will be doing a 4 year thick sandwich or do I need to supply something else????

    Help me please!
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    Ask Brunel to send another letter.
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    Placement in year one seems really strange to be honest >.<
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    ask your uni if they can send you a letter saying you are doing a work placement

    i had a work placement at the end of my first year and had to get a letter of uni to say that
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    (Original post by Taiko)
    Placement in year one seems really strange to be honest >.<
    I'm not doing it in the first year .. I am doing it for third year.
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    Then you don't need to declare it on this years form!
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    (Original post by Taiko)
    Then you don't need to declare it on this years form!
    oh okay cool cheers, I have sorted it now!
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    (Original post by jessyfantastic90)
    Hey, I can't complete my student finance application because I need to send evidence that I will be doing a placement!.. So what evidence do I supply????

    I can't send in my conditional/confirmation letter thst Brunel sent me because I already sent that with my student account application for Natwest and I stupidly didn't make a copy of it.

    Should I send the decision letter from UCAS track which says that I will be doing a 4 year thick sandwich or do I need to supply something else????

    Help me please!

    I had this problem.

    You might have done what I did - make sure you put down the right thing next to each term. I thought that meant year, but it actually means the sae as school term.

    I put down that in term 3 I would be abroad, and they asked for evidence. What they actually want is what you're doing in the summer term of year 1. if you haven't sorted it already, all you need to do is send Finance a letter.


    Don't know if this will help
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    (Original post by bennh)
    I had this problem.

    You might have done what I did - make sure you put down the right thing next to each term. I thought that meant year, but it actually means the sae as school term.

    I put down that in term 3 I would be abroad, and they asked for evidence. What they actually want is what you're doing in the summer term of year 1. if you haven't sorted it already, all you need to do is send Finance a letter.


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    Thanks uhm I already pressed submit and finance has accepted the application nd I am awaiting a form they are going to send me a form.
    I didn't need to send a letter in the end
 
 
 
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