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    I have a degree already from 2005 when tuition fees were cheaper, I would like to enrol on a BSC course next year.

    Bearing in mind that I don't know how the student loan and fees work now, what kind of help financially could I expect to get with payment of fees and loan.

    What would I expect to be landed with after a 3 year course of £9000/year.

    Would it be £9000 x 3 years = £18000 debt to student loan? Could I lessen that with having a low income background despite being a mature student.

    I would appreciate any helpful advice. Thank you.
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    Official TSR Representative

    If you already have a degree then unfortunately we're not able to provide funding for another one. The only exception would be an NHS funded course or certain post graduate courses such as teaching. You could however claim Disabled Student Allowance for a 2nd degree, if you qualify for it.


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