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    Hi,

    I was looking to study the LPC on a full time basis in September 2016. The university of law and other LPC providers offer the option of an LPC with a combined masters degree.

    I understand that student finance is not available for the LPC as a standalone subject. However, would a postgraduate student finance loan be available for the LPC combined with a masters degree?

    Thank you in advance.
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    (Original post by son190)
    Hi,

    I was looking to study the LPC on a full time basis in September 2016. The university of law and other LPC providers offer the option of an LPC with a combined masters degree.

    I understand that student finance is not available for the LPC as a standalone subject. However, would a postgraduate student finance loan be available for the LPC combined with a masters degree?

    Thank you in advance.
    You should ask University of Law directly whether the course will be eligible - they will know how they return the course details to the SLC which will determine eligibility.
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    (Original post by son190)
    Hi,

    I was looking to study the LPC on a full time basis in September 2016. The university of law and other LPC providers offer the option of an LPC with a combined masters degree.

    I understand that student finance is not available for the LPC as a standalone subject. However, would a postgraduate student finance loan be available for the LPC combined with a masters degree?

    Thank you in advance.
    Hi

    You’re right, we can’t fund an LPC as a standalone course. But you can get funding for a Master’s course like an LLM that has an LPC as part of it.

    Laura
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    Thank you for your input. I have just asked the university of law and unfortunately student finance is not available for any of the lpc courses as it is classes as a professional development course.
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    What about going on the UOL's i-LLM LPC because it has LLM in the title it should qualify right?
 
 
 
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