Jake Butler Hi Darren, I am not sure whether https://worldpaydayloans.com/payday-loans-pa/warren/ you are entitled to this money or not. My suggestion would be not to spend a penny of it just yet. Get in touch with SAAS over the phone to find out if you are eligible or not.
As far as I am aware I am also not eligible for any student loan as I hold a masters degree and so hold degree higher than the one I am trying to get funding for
Lilly Hi, my daughter has been offered admission to a UK university as an overseas student (under international tuition fee structure as we are non-eu/UK national) starting ily circumstance under a tier 2 /work visa with her as a dependent. My question: will she qualify to pay the home tuition fees instead of international fees? Thank you so much for any advice you can lend me.
Jake Butler Hi Lilly, the eligibility criteria for a home student includes being in the UK for 3+ years before the start of your course among other things.
I was wondering if anyone would be able to provide me with some advice/guidance. I have applied (and been accepted) to do a PGCE pri. I have just found out that the gov no longer offers any bursaries for holders of a 2:1. I was wondering if you knew of any other options or anything else I could do? As it stands at the moment I may be unable to accept a place on the course as I have no way of paying. Any advice you have would be much appreciated.
Each time at uni I received a student loan, which I began to pay back when I started a job that paid over ?15,000 a year
Jake Butler Hi Emily, I’m really sorry to hear that you are in this situation. Unfortunately I don’t know of any other options you could take. My best suggestion would be to do some in depth research into whether any charities or organisations would be able to support you in any way.
Chantelle I started uni in studying Criminology and Sociology. Unfortunately I dropped out by Christmas of the same year. I then applied to a different uni for the following year (2005) to study social work. I again dropped out the following year (2006) Both times I dropped out was not because I found the work difficult, but due to mental health, which I did not tell anyone about until I received a diagnosis in 2008 and began taking medication, which has helped me manage my mental illness considerably. I have since left that job (2013). When I reapplied to uni in 2005, I was told by the student loan company that they would pay my uni fees again, even though I dropped out the previous year at a different uni, but if I dropped out again, they would not be able to help me in the future. I have probably already answered my own question lol but would really appreciate any advice on this particular topic, as I now feel that I am ready to go back to uni and complete the entire three years. Sorry for the long ramble folks.
rhia Hello Jake Butler I would like some advice if possible please? I am taking a year out of university and returning next year, i am waiting to be seen by people who can authorise this, in the mean time i have been diagnosed with dyslexia and am waiting for a response from them with instructions of how to get the support and tools for my dyslexia. Do you know if i could get the help from them still even though i am having a year off? as i would like to get the equipment and use it whilst i am off so by the time i return i will already know how it works and actually be able to work to the best of my ability. I will definitely be returning but am worried as i have had a year at university already and struggled and only recently been diagnosed with a learning disability and now for personal reasons will have to leave for a year. any help or information would be much appreciated. Thank You