I've had two previous years of funding for university courses at undergraduate level. One was a full year and one was one term although as I understand this counts as a full year.
If I am correct this means I have two years of funding left and would have to self fund the first year of any future degree.
However is this also the case with NHS funded courses starting in 2017? I can't find a clear answer anywhere. If you have a degree then you are elegible to apply for another loan for the full duration of your course under an exemption rule that has been created. Is previous study also under that exemption rule?
I've been working for the NHS since leaving university and I really want to progress by getting a degree in diagnostic radiography so any answers would be greatly appreciated!
Previous funding and 2017 NHS funding Watch
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Last edited by 221994; 05-10-2016 at 13:18.
- 05-10-2016 13:16
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- 06-10-2016 14:49
At the moment previous study will not be taking into consideration when doing an exception course.