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    Hi,

    I am due to finish my integrated masters in chemistry in 2018. This is a four year course, but technically an undergraduate degree. I was planning on studying another masters for one year after 2018. Is this something that I would be able to get funding for and if so how much? I currently recieve the maximum student loan and grants.

    Many thanks,

    Kyle
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    (Original post by Kyle Orritt)
    Hi,

    I am due to finish my integrated masters in chemistry in 2018. This is a four year course, but technically an undergraduate degree. I was planning on studying another masters for one year after 2018. Is this something that I would be able to get funding for and if so how much? I currently recieve the maximum student loan and grants.

    Many thanks,

    Kyle
    Hi Kyle,

    If you study an integrated Master's course as part of your undergraduate degree and gain this qualification then you will not be eligible for Postgraduate Loan (PGL) funding.

    However, if you fail to gain the qualification you would be eligible to receive a PGL for a postgraduate course.

    I'd suggest having a chat with your university as there are other funding sources for postgraduate study. They'd be the best people to advise on that.

    Regards,

    Stuart
 
 
 
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