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92. Despite regulation 7, where a qualifying student transfers from one qualifying course to another qualifying course—
(a)the Secretary of State must transfer the student’s status as a qualifying student to the other course on the request of the student unless the period of eligibility has terminated;
(b)subject to paragraph (c), if the student transfers before the end of the academic year after applying for a college fee loan, the amount applied for is paid to the relevant college or permanent private hall in respect of the qualifying course to which the student transfers provided that the conditions in regulation 109 are met and he cannot qualify for another college fee loan in respect of that academic year;
(c)if the student transfers after the college fee loan is paid and before the end of the academic year, he cannot apply for another college fee loan in connection with the academic year of the qualifying course to which he transfers.
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