I've got a place to study Special and Inclusive Education at Bristol Uni this September and I've opted to do it part time because I have no financial support other than the little leftover bit of government postgrad loan I'm going to have left after paying fees.
I work at a college and can get Learning Support Assistant work very easily but I'm worried this won't pay enough for me to live. I'm also worried about course hours: how soon will I know the hours I'll be in the university? Working in education I need to apply for work for September very soon. I am a (very close to being) qualified teacher so I could possibly get teaching hours but I worry about the pressures of teaching and studying.
Has anybody done this? How did you find it? Can you please tell me I am going to be able to afford to live? Not having any of the dispensations full time students get doesn't feel very fair but I definitely couldn't afford a full time masters as it stands.
Working around a part-time masters
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