Used Gift year with undergraduate degree would SFE fund postgraduate?

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Hi guys really hope someone can help
So I am in my last year of study (undergraduate). Before this I stared another degree but left 3 months in because I disliked the course so I have used my gift year. Student finance have fully funded my current degree (3 years)
However , I am hoping to apply to a postgraduate course next year but worried if SFE would not find it.
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Hi guys really hope someone can help
So I am in my last year of study (undergraduate). Before this I stared another degree but left 3 months in because I disliked the course so I have used my gift year. Student finance have fully funded my current degree (3 years)
However , I am hoping to apply to a postgraduate course next year but worried if SFE would not find it.
So how many years have student finance funded you? And which courses and years?
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Hi guys really hope someone can help
So I am in my last year of study (undergraduate). Before this I stared another degree but left 3 months in because I disliked the course so I have used my gift year. Student finance have fully funded my current degree (3 years)
However , I am hoping to apply to a postgraduate course next year but worried if SFE would not find it.
I'm pretty sure postgrad funding is separate from undergrad so you should be able to get funding.
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As above. Separate funding, you should be fine.
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Thanks for getting back to me , they have funded me a total of 4 years
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So how many years have student finance funded you? And which courses and years?
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I'm pretty sure postgrad funding is separate from undergrad so you should be able to get funding.
Thanks so much ! It will be a PGCE Year still ok ?
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As above. Separate funding, you should be fine.
Thanks for getting back to me It will be a PGCE year, still okay ?
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Thanks for getting back to me It will be a PGCE year, still okay ?
I'd recommend asking SFE directly, because PGCE funding is a different model to the PG masters loans. I believe you should still be eligible for funding for a PGCE, but best check with them to make sure.
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Thanks for getting back to me It will be a PGCE year, still okay ?
PGCES usually ok as long as youll end up with QTS at end of it.
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I'd recommend asking SFE directly, because PGCE funding is a different model to the PG masters loans. I believe you should still be eligible for funding for a PGCE, but best check with them to make sure.
Thanks so much will do
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PGCES usually ok as long as youll end up with QTS at end of it.
Oh really ! Thanks
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