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    I'm looking at doing a Leaning Disabilities Nursing Degree next year and I noticed that the NHS fund your course. That's all fine and dandy, but what happens if you drop out? Or complete the degree and then do something else? Would I have to pay the money back? I doubt either of these will happen, but I like to plan for every eventuality. Thankyou!
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    The money is not repayable if you drop out or decide not to continue in that career once graduating.

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