Hi there, Unfortunately, I've ended up in clearing... but luckily, I did make a plan before hand if I got into this situation. I researched unis and courses that I liked and came across a course which is an MSci (4 years). Since I previously hadn't looked at the funding for MSci 's, I wondered how it worked? I know that I would need to change my details on student finance england since it would be a different uni/course, but would I be funded for the full 4 years?
I don't want to commit myself to a course that I wouldn't be able to afford and the BSc is still available. Help would be appreciated ASAP, as I'm about to enter the (slightly scary!) world of Clearing. Thank you
Clearing course is a masters (combined BSc), how does funding work? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 18-08-2016 11:27
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- TSR Support Team
- 18-08-2016 11:33
If the course is an Integrated Masters course, then it would be funded like an undergraduate course. This would mean you would receive a full tuition fee loan for the 4 years of the course, and also be eligible to apply for a maintenance loan as well. You can change the course details either on your online account or by calling our team on 0300 100 0607.