I realise you may not have the full info for this yet but I wonder if anyway can give me an idea whether I will be able to do this...due to change of ELQ rules for stem subjects in 2017
I already have a HND Multimedia that took me 3 years to complete fully funded.
I have just done two years 50% PT study with Open Uni resulting in a certificate of HE in environment. (PT tuition fees funded)
I would now like to go to uni full time on a 3 year course to do BSc in environmental science which is a STEM subject.
What is the likelihood that I will get my tuition fees paid? is it worth me applying according to ELQ rules?
I originally wanted to finish with OU however it is proving far too difficult with full time work so now would like to do the degree full time.
Thanks - any vague idea much appreciated!
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There has been no confirmed information for this at present so I can't provide any further information. Please keep checking the Gov.uk website for updates.