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I am in my last year of university looking to apply for my MA soon. I was wondering if the fact that I have done 4 years on my undergrad would affect my funding at all?? I am looking to study art history MA at Bristol university full-time
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Hi,

So long as you don't already hold a Masters qualification, you'll be fine to apply for the Postgraduate Loan. Your previous undergraduate funding won't affect this.

Warm regards, Graeme
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