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I'm due to start the MSc Graduate Entry Nursing - Mental Health course at the University of Nottingham in January 2018. I keep hearing/reading contradicting things about whether or not Graduate Entry Nursing students receive a reduced maintenance loan on top of their NHS bursaries. Postgraduate nursing students starting in January 2018 are entitled to the full NHS bursary/loans as before, however this is the last year this will be allowed.
Please could you confirm whether or not I am entitled to both the NHS bursary (tuition fees and maintenance bursary) AND the SFE reduced maintenance loan?

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I'm due to start the MSc Graduate Entry Nursing - Mental Health course at the University of Nottingham in January 2018. I keep hearing/reading contradicting things about whether or not Graduate Entry Nursing students receive a reduced maintenance loan on top of their NHS bursaries. Postgraduate nursing students starting in January 2018 are entitled to the full NHS bursary/loans as before, however this is the last year this will be allowed.
Please could you confirm whether or not I am entitled to both the NHS bursary (tuition fees and maintenance bursary) AND the SFE reduced maintenance loan?

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Hi Reklaw,

Can you confirm if you already have a degree qualification?

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Hi Reklaw,

Can you confirm if you already have a degree qualification?

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Yes I do. An undergraduate degree.
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Yes I do. An undergraduate degree.
Hi Reklaw,

Would it be undergraduate Mental Health Nursing , as I am unable to locate a Graduate entry option to advise of the funding available.

Could you confirm the details of the course you wish to study

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Hi Reklaw,

Would it be undergraduate Mental Health Nursing , as I am unable to locate a Graduate entry option to advise of the funding available.

Could you confirm the details of the course you wish to study

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Hi Louise. It's a graduate entry nursing course (GEN). The full course is MSc GEN - Mental Health. It's a 2 year course where after the 2 years you are a qualified nurse, an alternative route to the BSc undergrad route where it's 3 years until you qualify, however; a previous degree is required unless you have substantial healthcare experience. Link below for more info if needed.

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/pgstudy/...ealth-msc.aspx

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Hi Louise. It's a graduate entry nursing course (GEN). The full course is MSc GEN - Mental Health. It's a 2 year course where after the 2 years you are a qualified nurse, an alternative route to the BSc undergrad route where it's 3 years until you qualify, however; a previous degree is required unless you have substantial healthcare experience. Link below for more info if needed.

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/pgstudy/...ealth-msc.aspx

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Hi Reklaw.P,

Due to it attracting funding from the NHS we would not be able to fund it other than Disabled Students Allowance.

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Shaun.
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