Not sure if anyone else has experienced this. I'm a mature student and studied to Level 4. As part of my job, I was offered the opportunity to do a Post Grad Diploma at Exeter uni in a very narrow field of Evidence Based Practice (Children and Young People). It was a hell of a jump but I did it and passed with merit.
Great. Except not great at all! I decided that as I could study at that level, I would take the plunge and do my Bachelors degree so that I had the underpinning knowledge to go onto become possibly an Ed Psych, Clinical Psychologist or possibly teacher. SFE have refused all funding as they say I have an equivalent or higher qualification and therefore I'm ineligible. I'm stuck! I now at my Stage 3 appeal but so far they have stood firm. It just seems so unfair. I would never had done the course of I'd known it would stop me ever doing a degree and on its own, it's useless. Has anyone else had this or got any advice. I'm just gutted and losing faith fast. Thanks
Refused because of higher qualification
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