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Which part time undergrad psychology degrees are exceptions allowing funding for second degree. Are there any at Cumbria, Lancaster or uclan?
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Which part time undergrad psychology degrees are exceptions allowing funding for second degree. Are there any at Cumbria, Lancaster or uclan?
Hi there, if you ask the university for the HECoS code and provide it here then I can let you know if it's a part time exception course.
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Ok will do, thanks
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Ok will do, thanks
You're welcome
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Hi again, any of these codes if part time available as exceptions??
100497) psychology (100493) applied psychology (100954) business psychology (101294) coaching psychology (100387) forensic psychology (100950) occupational psychology (101383) psychometrics (100499) sport and exercise psychology (100953) child psychology (100952) developmental psychology (100496) educational psychology

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Hi again, any of these codes if part time available as exceptions??
100497) psychology (100493) applied psychology (100954) business psychology (101294) coaching psychology (100387) forensic psychology (100950) occupational psychology (101383) psychometrics (100499) sport and exercise psychology (100953) child psychology (100952) developmental psychology (100496) educational psychology

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All of these HECoS codes are part time exception courses.
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So, am I right in thinking if I apply for one of these courses, having already have a first degree I will be eligible for full funding for the study fees for the whole of the degree??
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So, am I right in thinking if I apply for one of these courses, having already have a first degree I will be eligible for full funding for the study fees for the whole of the degree??
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part time funding as long as it's not distance learning.

Full funding depends on course intensity and household income.
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