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    I am due to start my FdSc degree in Healthcare Science and have applied for funding to do this. As this course runs for 2 years FT, will I be able to apply for further funding to complete my BSc course which will follow on from this one? The courses feed into one another but as it is classed as two separate courses I am concerned I won't be able to progress to the main degree after the 2 years is up?
    Feeling very confused 😩

    Hi there.

    Normally when you complete a Foundation Degree you are then direct entry into one of the later years of the Bachelor's, can you confirm if this is the case, and how long the Bachelor's normally lasts for from year one to the end?

    This is what's called a 'Top-up- course and the majority of the time you will receive full funding for all years of the courses.

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