Finance for Nursing Students in Northern Ireland

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Hi everyone,
I want to study nursing next year but I'm a bit confused about the whole finance thing. I know I'll get the bursary etc. because I'm from Northern Ireland, but I was wondering how you apply for it (e.g. is it through Student Finance NI or do you apply once your officially accepted in August through a difference service?) I was also wondering if anyone knew roughly how much the bursary for living costs is. My teacher told me to apply to student finance anyway because my insurance choice will probably be in Scotland, so she told me to fill in the form as if it was my firm choice so if I do end up going there i'll have money for when I go rather than having to get my application processed if that makes sense. But I just wanted to make sure that I don't need to apply for the bursary through that instead. Thanks for you help

and Good Luck to everyone that is waiting to hear from Queens tomorrow!!!
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(Original post by emmaarizona)
Hi everyone,
I want to study nursing next year but I'm a bit confused about the whole finance thing. I know I'll get the bursary etc. because I'm from Northern Ireland, but I was wondering how you apply for it (e.g. is it through Student Finance NI or do you apply once your officially accepted in August through a difference service?) I was also wondering if anyone knew roughly how much the bursary for living costs is. My teacher told me to apply to student finance anyway because my insurance choice will probably be in Scotland, so she told me to fill in the form as if it was my firm choice so if I do end up going there i'll have money for when I go rather than having to get my application processed if that makes sense. But I just wanted to make sure that I don't need to apply for the bursary through that instead. Thanks for you help

and Good Luck to everyone that is waiting to hear from Queens tomorrow!!!
The uni apply for the bursary on your behalf so you don't need to do anything for that.
You also can't get a student loan on top of that since you're from ni.
However it is worth filling in an application if your insurance is in scotland and you may choose to go there.

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