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    I'm currently in my second year of University studying English, and I've decided I want to do a conversion course in law after I graduate. The thing is, I'm not sure how I'm going to fund it. I receive a full grant and loan at the moment because of my household income, plus a full bursary for the a level grades I got. Are there any equivalent loans or grants I can apply for to get me through my conversion course? Bearing in mind I'm planning to live at home so I won't be paying for accommodation as I am currently. I'd really appreciate some advice from anyone who's been in a similar situation, or just anyone more in the know than me! thanks!
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    (Original post by amul1992)
    I'm currently in my second year of University studying English, and I've decided I want to do a conversion course in law after I graduate. The thing is, I'm not sure how I'm going to fund it. I receive a full grant and loan at the moment because of my household income, plus a full bursary for the a level grades I got. Are there any equivalent loans or grants I can apply for to get me through my conversion course? Bearing in mind I'm planning to live at home so I won't be paying for accommodation as I am currently. I'd really appreciate some advice from anyone who's been in a similar situation, or just anyone more in the know than me! thanks!
    Some firms sponsor trainees to take the course. You should look into applying for a Training Contract with those that do. I believe there are loans available but I don't know any details.

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