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I am from and live in NI but have an offer for midwifery in England, just wondering do I still go through SF NI or SF England? Especially now that the bursary has been done away with in England I'm a bit turned around. SF England has a bigger maintainence loan than NI and I would definately struggle on what I would get through NI, can I apply through England?
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You still go through SF NI, since you live there. Not a nursing student myself, but am from NI, at uni in Scotland, and I know the struggle about our loan being lower.

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I am from and live in NI but have an offer for midwifery in England, just wondering do I still go through SF NI or SF England? Especially now that the bursary has been done away with in England I'm a bit turned around. SF England has a bigger maintainence loan than NI and I would definately struggle on what I would get through NI, can I apply through England?
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You still go through SF NI, since you live there. Not a nursing student myself, but am from NI, at uni in Scotland, and I know the struggle about our loan being lower.
Thanks! Yeah it looks to be about £4000 less a year, I'm worried because nursing and midwifery have an extra semester too and its a full time course so barely any time to work! Hopefully they've came up with something to help!
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