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    I have been to uni (totally took the wrong course for me ) used up 4 years student finance and came out with a HND . I am wanting to study nursing (wanted to do this from the start but pushed into doing something unrelatable). I have a job in community health care and would like to live at home and study nursing while working part time ( I would give the job up if needed to study) . I do have the money to pay for travel etc it's just the tuition fees I need paying for

    I want to know if I am eligible for the nhs bursary , any funding and how I go about applying when I've already been to uni.



    - I have GCSEs, alevels and looking to study at Sheffield, Derby, Nottingham or Leeds

    Please help!
    Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by Banana123123)
    Thanks in advance
    Bursaries are stopping from August 2017.
    Meaning students who begin a health related degree from September 2017 will not receive a bursary. They will need to apply for a student loan.
    If you have already received student funding you can still get funding for a health care degree as these are exempt under the funding rules.

    There is plenty of news about this and the finer details if you do a quick Google search.


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