Student Advice Service – Money Matters

News from the Student Advice Service at the University of Brighton

Are you worried about the financial implications of repeating some modules?

Have you been told by your Exam Board that you have got to repeat some modules next academic year?

You may have seen this on your student central account or received a letter in the post or an email from your school.

stu central imageIf you’re not sure what to do from an academic point of view, you should contact your SSGT or Course Leader in the first instance.

If you have been told that you should repeat some modules next year, please contact the Student Advice Service without delay by email or phone 01273 642888, this is because there may be an impact on the amount of funding you will receive in the forthcoming academic year.

If you have just completed your first year of study and you received a maintenance grant this acadmeic year (2015/16) and you have to repeat the year, you will not be treated as a new first year student in 2016. This is very important as maintenance grants have now been abolished with effect from September 2016.

If you want to appeal the academic decision you have received, you need to discuss this with your academic school as there are deadlines when these need to be submitted by.

If you have any questions, please contact Student Advice Service

Helen Abrahams • July 26, 2016

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