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Hi,I would like to find out whether 2nd degree undergraduate funding for a full time course would include funding for a foundation year ,for example
Nursing - Adult with Foundation Year - BSc (Hons)
Nursing - Mental Health with Foundation Year - BSc (Hons)
& also does 2nd degree funding exceptions include courses such as
Health and Social Care BSc (Hons)
Public health BSc
Sorry I did not want to start a new thread on this topic, thank you in advance
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***sorry it wouldn't let me post this on another thread so I had to start a new one
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Hi,I would like to find out whether 2nd degree undergraduate funding for a full time course would include funding for a foundation year ,for example
Nursing - Adult with Foundation Year - BSc (Hons)
Nursing - Mental Health with Foundation Year - BSc (Hons)
& also does 2nd degree funding exceptions include courses such as
Health and Social Care BSc (Hons)
Public health BSc
Sorry I did not want to start a new thread on this topic, thank you in advance
Hi, yes if the foundation year is part of the course. Health and social care and public health are not full time exception courses.

Below is a list of the Full Time courses exempt from Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) and Previous Study rules:
- Graduate Entry Medical Chiropody
- Dietetics
- Dietetics and Nutrition (Please note that these courses specifically have both dietetics and nutrition in the title. The individual course ‘nutrition’ is not a valid Allied Health Professional course)
- Occupational Therapy
- Operating Department Practice (Diplomas and Degrees)
- Orthoptics
- Physiotherapy
- Podiatry
- Prosthetics and Orthotics
- Radiography (diagnostic and therapeutic)
- Radiotherapy
- Speech and Language Therapy/ Dental courses

Part Time
If you already hold an Honours degree or a higher level (HE) qualification, you are able to apply for a Part Time Fee Loan for any one of the exception course below. For students who start a new course from 18/19 onwards, this will mean they can apply for the Part Time Maintenance Loan as well as tuition fees.
- Medicine and Dentistry
- Subjects to Allied Medicine
- Biological and Sport Science
- Psychology
- Veterinary Sciences
- Agriculture, Food and Related Sciences
- Physical Sciences
- General and Others in Sciences
- Mathematical Sciences
- Engineering and Technology
- Computing
- Geographical and Environmental Studies

Thanks, Isaac
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Just to confirm if I wanted to study nursing as a second degree I would have to do this part time, & not full time for funding
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Just to confirm if I wanted to study nursing as a second degree I would have to do this part time, & not full time for funding
Thanks again
You can receive full time funding as a second degree for both the Nursing courses you mentioned below

Nursing - Adult with Foundation Year - BSc (Hons)
Nursing - Mental Health with Foundation Year - BSc (Hons)

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Thank you for your help
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Thank you for your help
You're welcome - have a great day
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