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    I have been studying adult nursing since September 2017, but have decided to change and have accepted an offer to study midwifery at a different university. The midwifery course starts in March 2018.

    I have withdrawn from my previous uni, and submitted the required form to apply for my new place starting in March, but will I still be entitled to the full finance for the new course?

    Thanks in advance!
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    (Original post by philpb16)
    I have been studying adult nursing since September 2017, but have decided to change and have accepted an offer to study midwifery at a different university. The midwifery course starts in March 2018.

    I have withdrawn from my previous uni, and submitted the required form to apply for my new place starting in March, but will I still be entitled to the full finance for the new course?

    Thanks in advance!

    Hi philpb16,

    Courses designated as NHS courses will remain as exception courses. This means students who already hold a degree or previous study can still access the full package of funding, this includes full means tested support and a tuition fee loan.

    Thanks

    Catherine
 
 
 
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