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    I've just finished my first year at LJMU doing Biomedical Science after I missed my Medicine offer last summer.

    I still want to study medicine after I graduate but I was wondering about how this would work in terms of repayments. Would I pay back my first degree on the old system first, then switch, or would it all be under one repayment system? There's nothing on the SFE website about this.

    Thanks!
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    You'd be paying back your first degree under the old system; that's the contract you signed when you took out your loan.

    As for post-grad medicine, I don't think you'll be eligible for any funding anyway. SFE usually only cover a first degree. I'm not sure about the specifics of funding for GEM, though.

    If you do get a second loan, it will be under the terms (thus pay back conditions) of the new system.

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