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I am currently working as teacher but wish to make a career change. I am wanting to take a psychology conversion course - which is a MSc in Psychology. However I already have MEd in Education. Is there anyway I can get a student loan to fund the MSc in Psychology?
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I'm afraid not. If you already hold a masters degree then you are not eligible for a postgraduate loan.

It might be worth investigating charitable grants (search on turn2us to find things you might be eligible for as a teacher) or talking to the university concerned to see if they're aware of any alternate sources of funding.
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I am currently working as teacher but wish to make a career change. I am wanting to take a psychology conversion course - which is a MSc in Psychology. However I already have MEd in Education. Is there anyway I can get a student loan to fund the MSc in Psychology?
Hi there,

You would not be eligible for funding for this master's.

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Nihad
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