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Hi

I'm currently in my third year and recently transferred onto the integrated masters version of my course, adding an extra year to my degree.

I was told I would be entitled to finance for the extra year when I rang student finance, but there was something said about the university proving it was the integrated undergraduate master, but I'm now unclear as to what this meant. So I was wondering if there is any additional evidence I need to send off with my application to show I'm on the integrated masters course as I had just assumed they would get this information from my uni anyway as they have processed the change of degree.


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Mark Lee - SFE Official Adviser
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Hi there.

We can fund integrated masters courses but do not fund post-graduate masters.

For a student who has begun a BA and then transfers to an integrated masters course in the last year, we will need to see evidence that they never actually gained the BA initially. If you achieved the degree, then this means the masters course is now post-graduate.

Evidence is normally a letter from the university to confirm no qualification was gained.

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