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    Hi everyone new here.
    I've been thinking about a career change lately and would love to go and study physiotherapy. Now I've been working full time since I was 18 and im 22 now and still live with my parents, I've saved around 20k which Im planning on eventually putting towards a house but im unsure whether this will affect me getting a tuition fee? Cant seem to find the answer anywhere else.
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    (Original post by ScTaylor)
    Hi everyone new here.
    I've been thinking about a career change lately and would love to go and study physiotherapy. Now I've been working full time since I was 18 and im 22 now and still live with my parents, I've saved around 20k which Im planning on eventually putting towards a house but im unsure whether this will affect me getting a tuition fee? Cant seem to find the answer anywhere else.
    No. The tuition fee is non-income assessed. This means it doesn't matter how much in savings you have or what you or your parents income is.
 
 
 
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