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I am currently on year 2 of a biomedical science degree, however I was wanting to potentially withdraw from this and start on an adult nursing degree in September 2021. I know I’ve already used up some of my years of student finance, however I was wondering a nursing degree was an exception degree?

Many thanks in advance
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Hi,
I am currently on year 2 of a biomedical science degree, however I was wanting to potentially withdraw from this and start on an adult nursing degree in September 2021. I know I’ve already used up some of my years of student finance, however I was wondering a nursing degree was an exception degree?

Many thanks in advance
Hi, as long as you are not already registered as a Nurse then your previous study won't affect your eligibility to be funded for the Adult Nursing course.
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