Transfer and withdrawal
Please note that the final contents of these pages will be updated following consideration of the latest Student Awards Amendment Regulations 2018 by Tynwald on 19 June.
In the meantime, because of the relatively limited changes proposed for the 2018 Regulations these pages can still used for general guidance purposes, although applicants should note that in some cases eligibility and the levels of financial assistance provided by the Department under the new Regulations may be subject to change.
Year 1 applications are NOW OPEN for those students hoping to go to University in September/ October 2018 – apply using our new Student Awards Online (Alpha) Service.
Other continuing students will be contacted directly and should not apply until invited to do so.
Transfer or withdrawal of an Award
You may change to another course or institution and continue to receive support if you do so within 12 months of the start of your course. This is on the condition that:
- you have the written agreement of the institutions concerned
- you are transferring to an equivalent point of study
- you notify the department in writing within that 12 months
Withdrawal of an Award
Should you withdraw from your course, you must notify the Student Awards Section as soon as possible, giving your reasons for withdrawal.
The department may withdraw all or part of your award should you fail or withdraw from your course, or if your progress, conduct or attendance is unsatisfactory. In such circumstances, you will be required to repay any fees or grant paid in respect of the withdrawn award.
Note that both you and any contributors in respect of your application are jointly liable to repay an award in the event of a repayment being requested by the department. You should, therefore, ensure that the contributors are informed of any changes in circumstances that might affect your award.