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    Soton's website says all those students who pay their own £9K tuition fees or have them paid by the Student Loans Company are given a £300 Entitlement Card.

    Does this mean students on NHS-funded courses are not eligible???
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    Soton's website says all those students who pay their own £9K tuition fees or have them paid by the Student Loans Company are given a £300 Entitlement Card.

    Does this mean students on NHS-funded courses are not eligible???
    Don't quote me on this because I'm not 100% sure, but my housemate is studying Occupational Therapy and she doesn't get an entitlement card because her fees are paid by the NHS.
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    (Original post by TheWalkinDude)
    Don't quote me on this because I'm not 100% sure, but my housemate is studying Occupational Therapy and she doesn't get an entitlement card because her fees are paid by the NHS.
    Thanks for the response. Unfortunately I checked with Soton and you're right, no entitlement card for NHS students
 
 
 
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