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If I drop out now, will this affect me getting accepted into a another masters if I apply again for the next academic year?
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Is there a reason for your thoughts about possibly dropping out?
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Is there a reason for your thoughts about possibly dropping out?
Not enjoying the course so not really feeling as if I'm getting much out of it, stress/anxiety from home learning in covid restrictions sort of thing
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Not enjoying the course so not really feeling as if I'm getting much out of it, stress/anxiety from home learning in covid restrictions sort of thing
How much longer do you have to go?
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How much longer do you have to go?
Until Sept/October time
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What fields are your current and prospective masters in?
Have you thought about funding ok?
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What fields are your current and prospective masters in?
Have you thought about funding ok?
The current one is Clinical Psychology, but I'm not sure what my prospective course would be in
I haven't looked much into funding, but I am guessing I would get some money back for this year if I don't complete it
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The current one is Clinical Psychology, but I'm not sure what my prospective course would be in
I haven't looked much into funding, but I am guessing I would get some money back for this year if I don't complete it
If it’s SFE you won’t get a second funded unless you withdraw with CPR just FYI.
If you’re going for a similar masters they are going to ask the question of why drop out of this one-if it’s a different path then they will wonder how committed you will be to it-so it partially depends on the competitive of the course whether dropping out will be held against you.
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If it’s SFE you won’t get a second funded unless you withdraw with CPR just FYI.
If you’re going for a similar masters they are going to ask the question of why drop out of this one-if it’s a different path then they will wonder how committed you will be to it-so it partially depends on the competitive of the course whether dropping out will be held against you.
Would mental health be a CPR?
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Would mental health be a CPR?
https://www.practitioners.slc.co.uk/...ing_1617_d.pdf
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The current one is Clinical Psychology, but I'm not sure what my prospective course would be in
I haven't looked much into funding, but I am guessing I would get some money back for this year if I don't complete it
I study psychology masters as well. it's a horrible course. Only went back to study a masters at uni due to covid, i don't need a masters so I'm going to drop out around the summer as my course ends in september too.

I could drop out now but with losing yet another job due to lockdown and nothing to do, i'm just sticking with to kill time.

You won't get a refund i think (as i have been told) but if you want to start another masters, it depends on your five year student finance. If u did 3 years of undergraduate study, then this masters your currently in then, you have one more year of student finance. If not then i'm not really sure what funding you can get.
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