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I'll first describe his situation: My friend spent 4 years studying 1st year but failed every year so has never got to 2nd year. He received SFE funding for the first 2 years but paid out of pocket for the last 2 years.

He now wants to study an Allied Health Professional (AHP) course and is planning to get into it through this summer's clearing but I'm not sure if SFE will fund all his 3 years (given he doesn't fail any years).

My question is will he be eligible for SFE funding for all 3 years of the AHP course (if he is accepted) even though he has already spent 4 years at university (failed every year) and used up 2 years of SFE funding?

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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'll first describe his situation: My friend spent 4 years studying 1st year but failed every year so has never got to 2nd year. He received SFE funding for the first 2 years but paid out of pocket for the last 2 years.

He now wants to study an Allied Health Professional (AHP) course and is planning to get into it through this summer's clearing but I'm not sure if SFE will fund all his 3 years (given he doesn't fail any years).

My question is will he be eligible for SFE funding for all 3 years of the AHP course (if he is accepted) even though he has already spent 4 years at university (failed every year) and used up 2 years of SFE funding?

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As AHP courses are generally exception courses, your friend should (in theory) be able to get that course funded by Student Finance.
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Hi,
I can confirm what PhoenixFortune said is correct.
Thanks, Isaac.
(Original post by Anonymous)
I'll first describe his situation: My friend spent 4 years studying 1st year but failed every year so has never got to 2nd year. He received SFE funding for the first 2 years but paid out of pocket for the last 2 years.

He now wants to study an Allied Health Professional (AHP) course and is planning to get into it through this summer's clearing but I'm not sure if SFE will fund all his 3 years (given he doesn't fail any years).

My question is will he be eligible for SFE funding for all 3 years of the AHP course (if he is accepted) even though he has already spent 4 years at university (failed every year) and used up 2 years of SFE funding?

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As AHP courses are generally exception courses, your friend should (in theory) be able to get that course funded by Student Finance.
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Hi,
I can confirm what PhoenixFortune said is correct.
Thanks, Isaac.
Hi, I was wondering if I would get funding for Bsc physiotherapy as a second degree?

My course has just recently been accredited and here is the link incase you need it:

https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/undergraduate/physiotherapy

I saw on a previous thread that online applications are sometimes rejected as the system does not recognise that physiotherapy is a exception course, so will need to send in a paper application. Is this true? and how long will this take?

Thank you!
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Hi, I was wondering if I would get funding for Bsc physiotherapy as a second degree?

My course has just recently been accredited and here is the link incase you need it:

https://www.stmarys.ac.uk/undergraduate/physiotherapy

I saw on a previous thread that online applications are sometimes rejected as the system does not recognise that physiotherapy is a exception course, so will need to send in a paper application. Is this true? and how long will this take?

Thank you!
Hi, yes this is an exception course so you should be funded. If you are an SFE applicant then you should be able to apply online. Please allow up to 6 weeks to be assessed.
Thanks, Isaac
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