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Permanent Withdrawal

We hope that you will want to complete your course at Warwick and before choosing to withdraw there are other avenues you may wish to explore. These include the possibility of changing course, restarting, taking a temporary withdrawal or a voluntary year out.

However, if you do decide to withdraw you are strongly advised to consult your Personal Tutor/supervisor in the first instance. You may also find that meeting with advisers from the Student Careers & Skills team help you to plan your next steps. The Student Funding team will be able to give you advice regarding the implications for any student loans/bursaries/scholarships you may have. Once a decision to withdraw permanently is made, you should complete a request via the Student Records Online system, which will submit it to your department. You will need to provide your last date of attendance and select a reason for your withdrawal.

Your department will confirm the last date of attendance and this will be processed by the Student Records Management team. You will be notified in writing.

Students are advised to read carefully through the permanent withdrawal form Guidance section before submitting their request.

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