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I am looking at applying for a second degree in midwifery but it's very dependant on what funds I could get as I have a large mortgage and a baby.

Is it okay/possible to apply for the finance before applying for any actual courses? I know which one I will be applying for if I can get the finance. Also when would I find out if the finance was approved and how much I could get?

Many thanks

Stacy
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Hi

I am looking at applying for a second degree in midwifery but it's very dependant on what funds I could get as I have a large mortgage and a baby.

Is it okay/possible to apply for the finance before applying for any actual courses? I know which one I will be applying for if I can get the finance. Also when would I find out if the finance was approved and how much I could get?

Many thanks

Stacy
Hi there, you can be funded for Midwifery as long as you are not a registered Midwife already, you can apply for the funding without being accepted onto a course but you do need to input the university and course information. Please allow up to 6 weeks for to be assessed and you will find out how much you have been awarded afterwards.
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