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On the gov.uk website and NHS website its say you can fund the Masters Pre-Registration Physiotherapy courses on student finance now. Does this mean even if we already have taken out 4 years of student loan for our undergraduate degree, we can apply for another loan for our masters Pre-Registration Physiotherapy course (2 years) ?

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Hi

On the gov.uk website and NHS website its say you can fund the Masters Pre-Registration Physiotherapy courses on student finance now. Does this mean even if we already have taken out 4 years of student loan for our undergraduate degree, we can apply for another loan for our masters Pre-Registration Physiotherapy course (2 years) ?

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Hi Holly,

You will be pleased to know that you will be able to apply to undertake a second degree in Postgraduate Healthcare, and that any previous study at a lower, equivalent or higher level, regardless of whether or not you have gained the qualification will not affect your entitlement.

However you cannot be already professionally registered in the subject of study.

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Hi Does that mean I will be able to access another maintenance loan as well?Thanks
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Hi Does that mean I will be able to access another maintenance loan as well?Thanks
Hi Holly,

Yes that is correct, you will be entitled to the full package of support from SFE, including the Maintenance Loan.

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So Sheffield Hallam is £24k for 2 years. Will my student finance cover all of this?
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Hi I noticed this post is 2 years old now and I was just wondering if you ended up getting the full 24k for tuition. I start at Hallam soon and was wondering the same thing?
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Hi I noticed this post is 2 years old now and I was just wondering if you ended up getting the full 24k for tuition. I start at Hallam soon and was wondering the same thing?
Good morning, you will receive full undergraduate funding for a postgrad healthcare course.
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Hi, does this only apply to English students, or students from Northern Ireland who will he studying in England also?
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Hi, does this only apply to English students, or students from Northern Ireland who will he studying in England also?
Hi there, what course will you be studying and will you be living in NI or England?
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Hi, Thanks for this really useful thread. I have studied to MA level and now I am looking to study Msc Speech and Language Therapy (pre reg). There is a lot of conflicting information online about whether I am eligible for funding as I already have MA. Could you tell me if I am eligible, and whether i'd be applying for the undergrad or postgrad funding, please? Best wishes, Katie
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Hi, Thanks for this really useful thread. I have studied to MA level and now I am looking to study Msc Speech and Language Therapy (pre reg). There is a lot of conflicting information online about whether I am eligible for funding as I already have MA. Could you tell me if I am eligible, and whether i'd be applying for the undergrad or postgrad funding, please? Best wishes, Katie
Hi Kate, this course attracts undergraduate funding. You will be able to apply for funding as long as you are not registered in this field and as long as you meet the residency criteria.
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Hi i am a welsh resident who will be studying in england, am i able to access funding from student finance england ?
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Hi i am a welsh resident who will be studying in england, am i able to access funding from student finance england ?
Hi, if you normally reside in Wales then you should apply to SFW.
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Hi, I am intending to study Masters Pre-Registration Physiotherapy in England but I am from Northern Ireland and I am wondering the same thing.
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Hi, I am intending to study Masters Pre-Registration Physiotherapy in England but I am from Northern Ireland and I am wondering the same thing.
Hi there, you should speak to Student Finance Northern Ireland regarding funding if you reside in Northern Ireland.
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