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Second degrees and Healthcare

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    I have a question about doing a second degree. At this current time it is my understanding that you can do a degree in say chemistry fully funded by SF, and then a healthcare degree like nursing as a second degree would also be funded.

    My question is does this work the other way round? As in could you do nursing and then chemistry and still get funding for both?

    How does this work with NHS bursaries being dissolved?

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    (Original post by L33t)
    I have a question about doing a second degree. At this current time it is my understanding that you can do a degree in say chemistry fully funded by SF, and then a healthcare degree like nursing as a second degree would also be funded.

    My question is does this work the other way round? As in could you do nursing and then chemistry and still get funding for both?

    How does this work with NHS bursaries being dissolved?

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    As far as i m aware it doesnt work the other way round as any years on an nhs course will be counted in student finance's eyes.
 
 
 
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