Hi. I graduated university in 2014 with a degree. For various reasons I now regret this choice and would like to go back to university to study something else.
I am aware that I can apply for additional finance for Medicine, Dentistry or Healthcare or for a Part-Time course in Engineering, IT/Computing or Technology but was wondering if there is anyway at all I could possibly have my previous degree declared null? I could provide medical evidence of a long standing mental health condition if this will help my case.
I feel like I've wasted my chance at a better life and career - there's no way I'd be able to afford university without student loans.
Funding for a second degree? Watch
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Last edited by electric_red; 01-09-2016 at 00:57.
- 01-09-2016 00:38
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- 01-09-2016 15:50
If you have obtained a previous degree there is no way we would be able to ignore that when considering any new funding for you.
We would only take into consideration any medical conditions that led to you failing to complete a course, but if you actually managed to obtain a qualification from the course then this will not apply.
- 13-09-2016 14:13
hello, I have used up 2 years of student finance already and have been offered a place to start a new degree in nutrition and health will i get full funding?