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    I am in the last year of my degree and was thinking about doing a masters in a different subject but I have saw a 2 year course that will be open to me that seems like it will be perfect for me. It requires you to already have a degree which I will have but am I right in thinking I would only be able to get funding from student finance for 1 year? Thanks
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    If its full time, you get funding for 1 to 2 years. If it is part time, it must not be longer than 2x the full time equivalent.
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    (Original post by GamingAnonymous)
    If its full time, you get funding for 1 to 2 years. If it is part time, it must not be longer than 2x the full time equivalent.
    It's full time but since I've already done a 3 year degree doesn't that mean I am only entitled to 1 year?
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    (Original post by Jack123210)
    It's full time but since I've already done a 3 year degree doesn't that mean I am only entitled to 1 year?
    No. The +1 is for a false start.

    You can get funding for NHS courses though and postgraduate courses.
 
 
 
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