If I did less than $12,000 worth of study in my first year of study, can I carry the rest over to another year?

It depends on what study you’ve done so far. If you haven’t used 120 credits (1 EFTS) or $12,000 in your first calendar year of study, you may have some fees-free entitlement to use in future years.

You can carry forward your remaining fees-free entitlement (in EFTS and dollars) to use in future years. Your fees-free entitlement will stop when you use up your remaining EFTS or remaining dollars – whichever you use up first.

You must have used less than 120 credits (1 EFTS) and less than $12,000 of fees-free entitlement to be able to carry forward to another year.

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