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    Hi I've searched everywhere and asked some course providers at interview but there doesn't appear to be a clear answer. I left my PGCE course in 2008 (for very understandable reasons at the time). I received a bursary up until the time I left, and didn't have to pay it back.

    I plan to start a teacher training course this September 2016 and my worry is that when I get to the start day and complete all my applications, I will be refused the bursary - or part of it. This is really worrying as I will be paying upfront my PGCE fees before I start so I need to know if I can get the bursary or not, otherwise I cant do the training. Can anyone advise please?
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    Hi Maryvic

    I would advise you to speak with your place of study to see if you are eligible for the bursary.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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