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Adult Nursing, tuition fees?

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    I am waiting for my decision from Southampton for a adult nursing degree

    I am now starting to apply for loans and I am getting a bit confused!!

    As it is a nursing degree do i have to pay for tuition fees as i have read in some places that i don't, if not how do i get these payed for me?

    If I do have to pay for these how do I apply for a loan?

    I am getting really confused!!!

    Also a bit of a different question, what is a PN1 form and how do I get one?!

    Any help thanks
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    tutition fees..what tutition fees? they don't exist for a nursing degree or diploma!

    they automatically get paid, you just need to apply for fianancial help, not tution he;p
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    (Original post by lwells16)
    I am waiting for my decision from Southampton for a adult nursing degree

    I am now starting to apply for loans and I am getting a bit confused!!

    As it is a nursing degree do i have to pay for tuition fees as i have read in some places that i don't, if not how do i get these payed for me?

    If I do have to pay for these how do I apply for a loan?

    I am getting really confused!!!

    Also a bit of a different question, what is a PN1 form and how do I get one?!

    Any help thanks
    Nursing tuition fees are paid for you by the NHS. Have you had a look at the Student Grants Unit? , theres all the info you need there.


    http://www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/students

    Have a look at the above. Hope its useful

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