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Hi I'm currently doing a bachelors at leeds and am looking to extend to a master's.
I believe that if I stay at Leeds and move onto an integrated masters course then I would still get sfe tution and maintence loans
If I graduate from Leeds and start a masters course at a different university would this still be the case or would I only be eligible for the masters loan.

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Hi I'm currently doing a bachelors at leeds and am looking to extend to a master's.
I believe that if I stay at Leeds and move onto an integrated masters course then I would still get sfe tution and maintence loans
If I graduate from Leeds and start a masters course at a different university would this still be the case or would I only be eligible for the masters loan.

Many thanks
Hi, you would be eligible to do this either way as long as you have not studied at masters level before.

If you graduate and decide to do the full masters then you can't apply for a Tuition Fee/Maintenance Loan, instead you can apply for a Contribution to costs loan which is a little different - you can find out more information here http://ow.ly/Ny1s30oSf1Y

If you decide to study the integrated masters then you will continue to receive your undergraduate funding as normal, you won't be eligible to apply for a postgraduate loan afterwards/in the future.
Thanks, Isaac
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