NHS Funding for a Postgraduate Speech and Language Therapy course?

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Hi,

I am confused. I have studied BSc Hons Psychology and am now looking to apply for a MSc Speech and Language Therapy course, but I am not sure where to go next. For example, I have heard that I could receive funding through the NHS for a MSc, but also I could do another BSc in Speech and Language Therapy and receive funding, whilst disregarding my Psychology BSc? Is this true? If so, how does it work? I can see the benefits to both. I am sorry to post here, I am just really struggling to find further information on this.

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(Original post by TeaAndCats)
Hi,

I am confused. I have studied BSc Hons Psychology and am now looking to apply for a MSc Speech and Language Therapy course, but I am not sure where to go next. For example, I have heard that I could receive funding through the NHS for a MSc, but also I could do another BSc in Speech and Language Therapy and receive funding, whilst disregarding my Psychology BSc? Is this true? If so, how does it work? I can see the benefits to both. I am sorry to post here, I am just really struggling to find further information on this.

Thank you,
Hi, this is an Allied Health Professional exception course so your previous study won't affect your eligibility.

You can apply for funding from SFE and you can also apply for the NHS Grant https://www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/nhs-learni...training-grant
Thanks, Isaac
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