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Do you have a question, but don't know who to ask:question:

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Hi,

I was wondering are there any scholarships for graduates who are applying for a second degree in dentistry? By the way I'm from england and not from NI.

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I was wondering are there any scholarships for graduates who are applying for a second degree in dentistry? By the way I'm from england and not from NI.

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Hi Random.guy,

Thanks for getting in touch. That's a great question.

I will look into this for you and be back in touch once I have an answer.

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Hi Random.guy,

Thanks for getting in touch. That's a great question.

I will look into this for you and be back in touch once I have an answer.

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Hi Ranom.guy,

Great news!

Are you an offer holder? If so, you can be assessed for the following scholarships:

http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQue...shipsPlus2016/

I hope this helps.

See you on campus soon.

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Hi Ranom.guy,

Great news!

Are you an offer holder? If so, you can be assessed for the following scholarships:

http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQue...shipsPlus2016/

I hope this helps.

See you on campus soon.

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Thank you!
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Thank you!
We're here to help!

Have a great weekend. :thumbsup:

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Do you have a question, but don't know who to ask:question:

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Whether you would like to bank a scholarship, get on course for your dream career, check-in with accommodation, or just want to find out what the craic is really like in Belfast, we're here for you.

Alternatively, if you would like to ask us a question privately, simply click here: http://bit.ly/1SIosDu

So, go on, take a leaf out of Adele's book and say hello. You might just start something amazing.

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Hey, I was wondering, if I have Irish citizenship and not UK citizenship am I eligible for the EU student fees?

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Hey, I was wondering, if I have Irish citizenship and not UK citizenship but I'm a resident in GB not the Six Counties, am I eligible for the EU student fees or GB fees?

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This is a great question.

We will go ask the team and let you know. :vroam:

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This is a great question.

We will go ask the team and let you know. :vroam:

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Hi DMcGovern,

Thanks for bearing with us.

Each case would be looked at individually. The link below will explain more about our fees. http://bit.ly/23gihc8

Based on the information that you provided, you would be considered a GB applicant in terms of fees. However, if there is any uncertainty when we receive your application, we would normally ask for a Fees Assessment Questionnaire to be completed, to make sure we have you in the right bracket.

We hope that helps. See you on campus soon. :popout:

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Hi DMcGovern,

Thanks for bearing with us.

Each case would be looked at individually. The link below will explain more about our fees. http://bit.ly/23gihc8

Based on the information that you provided, you would be considered a GB applicant in terms of fees. However, if there is any uncertainty when we receive your application, we would normally ask for a Fees Assessment Questionnaire to be completed, to make sure we have you in the right bracket.

We hope that helps. See you on campus soon. :popout:

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Okay, that does help. Thanks very much!
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Okay, that does help. Thanks very much!
No problem!

Good luck and we hope to see you soon.

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Whats Queens view on someone who resits their A levels , compared to someone who is doing them for the first time, will it limit their chances of getting in
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Whats Queens view on someone who resits their A levels , compared to someone who is doing them for the first time, will it limit their chances of getting in
Hi Armagh 2002,

Thanks for getting in touch.

We have asked the team and they passed on the following information for you: i) Overall academic background and, inparticular, performance at GCSE andAS-level or in the first year of BTEC/OCRLevel 3, BTEC HNC/HND or Access Coursequalifications is important, particularly forhigh-demand programmes. Predictedgrades are not normally used, except invery borderline cases.
ii) Offers for repeat applicants, or for thosewho have taken an extra year to achievethe grades required, may be one gradehigher overall for some subject areas.Course Selectors would not normallyconsider applicants who have had morethan two attempts at obtaining the requiredqualifications for admission. Furtherrestrictions may apply for high-demandcourses.

To find out more, click here and scroll to page 81.
http://bit.ly/1Yv5PBQ

Plus, you can find out more by downloading How We Choose Our Students from your chosen subject on its page in our Course Finder. http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQueens/CourseFinder/

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[QUOTE=Queen's University Belfast;64151551]Hi Armagh 2002,

Thanks for getting in touch.

We have asked the team and they passed on the following information for you: i) Overall academic background and, inparticular, performance at GCSE andAS-level or in the first year of BTEC/OCRLevel 3, BTEC HNC/HND or Access Coursequalifications is important, particularly forhigh-demand programmes. Predictedgrades are not normally used, except invery borderline cases.
ii) Offers for repeat applicants, or for thosewho have taken an extra year to achievethe grades required, may be one gradehigher overall for some subject areas.Course Selectors would not normallyconsider applicants who have had morethan two attempts at obtaining the requiredqualifications for admission. Furtherrestrictions may apply for high-demandcourses.

To find out more, click here and scroll to page 81.
http://bit.ly/1Yv5PBQ

Plus, you can find out more by downloading How We Choose Our Students from your chosen subject on its page in our Course Finder. http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQueens/CourseFinder/

I hope that helps.

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Hi,

I was wondering, how many places do you have for Nursing (September 2016 intake), after the announcement for 100 more places for nursing across Northern Ireland? How are they split between the fields as well?

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Hi Ranom.guy,

Great news!

Are you an offer holder? If so, you can be assessed for the following scholarships:

http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQue...shipsPlus2016/

I hope this helps.

See you on campus soon.

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Hi again,

I know this was answered a while ago but I recently got a letter from QUB (I firmed QUB for dentistry) and it said dentistry and medical students were excluded from those scholarships you mentioned previously. Are there any other bursaries or help that could be provided; because as a graduate we won't get a tuition fee loan and only qualify for a maintenance loan.

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Hi QUB, I've applied for the MSCi maths course which needs 3 As and I'm currently in my final A level year. Although I've been accepted, I'm worried I won't be able to get the grades as I'm struggling with Biology. If I don't accepted into the Masters course by a narrow margin (let's say I get ABB), will I get into the Bachelor's course with the option to potentially re apply for masters at the end of it or am I rejected full stop?

Would just like some peace of mind, will still try for 3As regardless.

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I was wondering, how many places do you have for Nursing (September 2016 intake), after the announcement for 100 more places for nursing across Northern Ireland? How are they split between the fields as well?

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Hi nell93,

That's a great question.

Our most recent figures show an additional 26 positions in Adult Nursing. So, currently, our places are:

Adult Nursing: 292
Mental Health Nursing: 46
Learning Disability Nursing: 30
Children's Nursing: 64

Midwifery: 35 Direct Entry Undergraduate

We hope that helps.

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Hi again,

I know this was answered a while ago but I recently got a letter from QUB (I firmed QUB for dentistry) and it said dentistry and medical students were excluded from those scholarships you mentioned previously. Are there any other bursaries or help that could be provided; because as a graduate we won't get a tuition fee loan and only qualify for a maintenance loan.

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Hi Random.guy,

Thanks for getting in touch.

We just wanted to let you know that we are looking into this for you.

We hope to have an answer soon.

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