I am considering withdrawing from or suspending my studies. How will this affect my funding?


Withdrawing or suspending your studies will affect the amount of loans and grants that you will receive during that academic year. Not advising the relevant people at the correct time can result in an overpayment which will be deducted from your funding entitlement the next academic year or requested to repay immediately if you withdraw. Suspension or withdrawal may also affect your entitlement to statory funding if you wish to return to study in the future. Please contact Money@CampusLife to discuss your personal circumstances.

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