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    Hey Guys

    I am a third year student and I would like to do a second degree in the UK. I have applied for the student financial support for my first degree. Can I resend a new application to get a loan for my second degree?

    Thanks for your time........
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    No, if you already have a degree, you won't get any funds from the SLC. You could give them a ring to make sure but I'm 99.9999999999% certain it'll be a no go. Good luck with whatever you end up doing though
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    Student finance count previous study, regardless how you funded your first degree, so you will not get any funding for a second degree (unless it's one of the very few exceptions, such as an NHS funded course). Further to that, you would be charged the ELQ rate, which is higher than normal rate for tuition fees.


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