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im thinking about doing a postgraduate degree but how do I fund it?
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Are you eligible for the masters loan?
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Are you eligible for the masters loan?
What is the eligibility?
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What is the eligibility?
https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan/eligibility
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You can also get scholarships depending on the postgraduate degree. Some can be funded by your employer as well.
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It looks like I am but would I still get it if I’m looking to do postgraduate dentistry after doing an undergraduate degree
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It looks like I am but would I still get it if I’m looking to do postgraduate dentistry after doing an undergraduate degree
No as the course doesn’t fall into the eligible category in that previous link.

Info below on graduate entry dentistry funding
https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/car...ental-students
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No as the course doesn’t fall into the eligible category in that previous link.

Info below on graduate entry dentistry funding
https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/car...ental-students
Thank you so much for helping me I really appreciate it. So there really is no way I can get support is there?
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Thank you so much for helping me I really appreciate it. So there really is no way I can get support is there?
If you read the link, you can get funding for 4 year graduate entry dentistry courses although you need to fund the first £3,465 of tuition fees yourself, there are a handful of these at Aberdeen, UCLan and KCL
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If you read the link, you can get funding for 4 year graduate entry dentistry courses although you need to fund the first £3,465 of tuition fees yourself, there are a handful of these at Aberdeen, UCLan and KCL
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