chloebt98
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Hi
I have had 4 years of finance (due to changing universities) and I have just applied to do my PGCE in September and now I am concerned that I will not get funding for my PGCE!

has anyone experienced this?
will I get funding?
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Hi Chloe!

Congratulations on your PGCE application. As a Primary Ed student, teaching is the best!

There is different funding support for PGCE students and so your additional year of undergraduate will not affect this. Many do four year degree programmes and advance on to do PGCEs.

If you want further advice, please feel free to contact [email protected] and they will be happy to help you!

Lydia
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(Original post by Lydia Taylor (YSJU Student Ambassador))
Hi Chloe!

Congratulations on your PGCE application. As a Primary Ed student, teaching is the best!

There is different funding support for PGCE students and so your additional year of undergraduate will not affect this. Many do four year degree programmes and advance on to do PGCEs.

If you want further advice, please feel free to contact [email protected] and they will be happy to help you!

Lydia
Thank you!!
That’s great to hear!
I have just received an interview invitation so it’s nerve racking times!!
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Thank you!!
That’s great to hear!
I have just received an interview invitation so it’s nerve racking times!!
Good luck! That's brilliant news!

Remember to be yourself and your passion to teach and you will do brilliantly. I hope it goes well for you
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