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I want to start an access course next September so I am able to study physiotherapy as a second degree. However, I don’t want to pay £3000 for the access course for the government to change the second degree funding rules. How likely are they to change in the next few years?
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Hello,

We can’t comment about how student finance regulations may change as these are set by the Department For Education and can vary from year to year. Your eligibility won’t change once you’ve started the course though; you should stay eligible for roughly the same level of support for each year you attend.

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