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Kallum17
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So im planning on putting Loughboroughs chemistry with foundation year (Bsc) F104 as my firm and Lincolns chemistry with foundation year (Masters) F103 as my insurance. Problem is that i don't know if the foundation year of both will be funded. Ive read that if its integrated it would be. However for loughbrough the course on UCAS shows it being 4 years starting at year 1 but on loughbroughs website it says 1 year so im unsure as to whether it would be funded. Lincolns on UCAS show it as being a 5 year course but starting at foundation year.
So does anyone know if these coursea would get full funding for the foundations years.
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So im planning on putting Loughboroughs chemistry with foundation year (Bsc) F104 as my firm and Lincolns chemistry with foundation year (Masters) F103 as my insurance. Problem is that i don't know if the foundation year of both will be funded. Ive read that if its integrated it would be. However for loughbrough the course on UCAS shows it being 4 years starting at year 1 but on loughbroughs website it says 1 year so im unsure as to whether it would be funded. Lincolns on UCAS show it as being a 5 year course but starting at foundation year.
So does anyone know if these coursea would get full funding for the foundations years.
Hi there,

It is correct that if your foundation year is integrated you will receive funding for this. If the foundation course is a standalone course, (usually 1 year in length) this is not designated for Higher Education (HE) support and as such is not eligible for funding.

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Erin K
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Hi there,

It is correct that if your foundation year is integrated you will receive funding for this. If the foundation course is a standalone course, (usually 1 year in length) this is not designated for Higher Education (HE) support and as such is not eligible for funding.

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Erin K
Thanks for the reply, how would i know whether its integrated or not?
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Thanks for the reply, how would i know whether its integrated or not?
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We can check for you if you provide us with your course details.

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Hi,

We can check for you if you provide us with your course details.

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Nihad
Ok thanks, My firm will be at Loughborough University (Chemistry with foundation year F104) and my insurance will be at Lincoln (Chemistry with foundation year F103)
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Ok thanks, My firm will be at Loughborough University (Chemistry with foundation year F104) and my insurance will be at Lincoln (Chemistry with foundation year F103)
Hi Kallum17,

Both courses are eligible for finance as the Foundation Year is intergrated.

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Claire
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