Sorry if this is a bit of a silly question, but currently I'm soon to start my 3 year BSc Mathematics course for which all the finances are sorted and looking good. However, I plan on switching my course to a MMath 5 year course which includes a placement year in the case that my first year goes well at university.
My question is that if I was to switch the course, would that cause any possible circumstances under which I would be unable to receive further loans towards the final year of my 5 year programme? Is it common for Master's student to get rejected for finances? How would I go about informing this change to my course?
I've just heard some rumours from a few places and would like to get this cleared up.
Would I struggle to get financed in the future due to course switch? Watch
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Last edited by RDKGames; 08-09-2016 at 13:18.
- 08-09-2016 13:16
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So long as you still naturally progress through the years of the course, you will still have funding for all years and even still retain your +1 year.
i.e, you complete year 1 of the BSc and transfer to year 2 of the MMath.
When you complete year 1 you'll have to reapply for year 2, so when applying you simply have to input the new course details and your Uni will send over information to state you have transferred also.