So unfortunately I have made a big mistake, 4 years ago after finishing a Btec diploma in media (didn't know what I wanted to do so I choose my hobby which was filming and photography) I applied to do a digital film and video BA.
During my last year on this course I realised this wasn't for me and that I really needed to think about my options.
After a years long thought trail and finishing my degree with a 2.1 I decided a few month ago that I wanted to go into nursing (both mother and grandmother were nurses and I told my self I would never follow in their footsteps as I wanted to be different.... Well look where that's got me).
I have currently started doing a access to learning for nursing course which finishes next year, and I was planing on heading to university to study nursing in 2017. With only last week did I get told by a friend that I am unable to receive a student loan from SFE for the second time! I also understand that starting from August the first 2017 the nhs bursary will no longer exist.
This is why I have come to the only place I know which will help me! You guys!!!
Please help and save me! If there are any other ways you guys know I can get funded or even half funded (the rest I will have to work ) I would be totally made up!!!
Funding for second BA in nursing for 2017/18
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Last edited by Ania1993; 02-09-2016 at 20:37.
- 02-09-2016 20:36
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- 02-09-2016 20:48
I've not heard that funding would stop. Just that it's all loans.
- 02-09-2016 20:50
What do you mean it's all loans ? yea I checked online and its says the nhs bursary is being stopped in 2017 meaning I would have to go through student finance, which as its my second degree they won't fund!
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- 02-09-2016 23:08
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- 06-09-2016 15:26
NHS funded courses are exempt from previous study rules, meaning you can receive funding for these even as a second degree.
The NHS funding is set to cease in the future and it's likely Student Finance will offer full funding as we would for non-NHS courses, however this has not been 100% confirmed as yet.