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    Ive applied for dietetics at Hertfordshire and the course is paid for by nhs. My question is, can I apply for nhs Bursary and student finance? If not what is worth more. Also can anyone give a rough idea of how much I could be looking at? I'm 23 and been self sufficient for over 3 years so income will be 0 when I goto uni
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    Ive applied for dietetics at Hertfordshire and the course is paid for by nhs. My question is, can I apply for nhs Bursary and student finance? If not what is worth more. Also can anyone give a rough idea of how much I could be looking at? I'm 23 and been self sufficient for over 3 years so income will be 0 when I goto uni
    As a NHS funded student, you are entitled to the non-income assessed and further reduced student loan of around £2350, and the income assessed NHS bursary of around £3000 (if you earn below £25,000).

    You aren't eligible for a maintenance grant, the income assessed portion of the student loan, or any scholarship bursaries from your university.
 
 
 
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