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I applied to study an MA and got a conditional offer, if i recieve a 2:1 I have my place.

I recieve student finance now for my BA and I know I can only apply for student finance again, for an MA, after my last BA payment.

I know they pay the course fees at MA level but i'm worried about travel expenses and living expenses.

Do you still get an additional student grant/loan at MA level?

At the moment they pay my BA course fees to uni and then give an additional £2,000 to me personally every 4 months to pay for travel, food and resources such as books.

Is it the same at MA level or do they only pay the course fees?
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(Original post by GreekTea)
I applied to study an MA and got a conditional offer, if i recieve a 2:1 I have my place.

I recieve student finance now for my BA and I know I can only apply for student finance again, for an MA, after my last BA payment.

I know they pay the course fees at MA level but i'm worried about travel expenses and living expenses.

Do you still get an additional student grant/loan at MA level?

At the moment they pay my BA course fees to uni and then give an additional £2,000 to me personally every 4 months to pay for travel, food and resources such as books.

Is it the same at MA level or do they only pay the course fees?
Are you asking about a postgraduate MA?
Are you English or from the Eu studying a postgraduate MA in England?
If so then the postgraduate loan is £10k and you choose how much to spend on fees and how much to use for living costs.
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Are you asking about a postgraduate MA?
Are you English or from the Eu studying a postgraduate MA in England?
If so then the postgraduate loan is £10k and you choose how much to spend on fees and how much to use for living costs.
ie living costs are self funded, there is no post graduate living cost loan.

Because most masters cost minimum £10k lol.
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ie living costs are self funded, there is no post graduate living cost loan.

Because most masters cost minimum £10k lol.
The median home fee for a masters degree is £5-6k.
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The median home fee for a masters degree is £5-6k.
Good point, i was thinking of business masters and they tend to be a bit more pricey.
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