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    I understand Brighton is 45 week (think most courses are) so I have worked out I will be able to study IF I can get the max funding.

    I will already have a degree but only 2/3 of a year of a maintenance loan. Should I still be able to apply for it? I'm hearing different thing about it.

    When do you actually get told how much you will receive?

    Any Brighton applicants or current students want to tell me about the interview / course?
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    have you looked at the finance section on this site?
    http://www.studentfinance.direct.gov..._schema=PORTAL
    If you're applying for nursing (I'm presuming you are), it's NHS funded even if it's a second degree, ie your fees will be paid. If you're not going for nursing, you will have to pay fees.
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    Hello, just to say that I am also a mature student going to be studying at Brighton for child nursing. I'm also worried about finance and will be applying for every possible bit of money I can as I have two children to support and am leaving full time work to go back to uni.
 
 
 
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