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I have been offered a place on a MA in Social Work, I would like to know what funding I could qualify for with a household income of around £44 k and two children under 18 if possible.
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I have been offered a place on a MA in Social Work, I would like to know what funding I could qualify for with a household income of around £44 k and two children under 18 if possible.
Hi Ham, have you ever studied at postgraduate level before?
Postgraduate applicants can apply for a contribution to costs loan, there is no Tuition Fee or Maintenance Loan available.
You can find out more about the funding available here http://ow.ly/Ny1s30oSf1Y
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Hi Ham, have you ever studied at postgraduate level before?
Postgraduate applicants can apply for a contribution to costs loan, there is no Tuition Fee or Maintenance Loan available.
You can find out more about the funding available here http://ow.ly/Ny1s30oSf1Y
Thanks, Isaac
Hi, no I have only studied undergraduate before. Thanks
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Hi, no I have only studied undergraduate before. Thanks
That's great, you should be eligible to apply for the contribution to costs loan. There is no childcare grant available for postgraduate applicants.
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