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Hi guys,I started university in 2018 where I successfully completed my first 2 years. Before entry on to my 3rd year, I decided to suspend my studies as I felt my heart was not in it anymore and I didn't want to push through the final year when I had no motivation. After having time out to reflect on my experiences, I have decided I want to pursue a different career path and start a completely different degree.My problem is, I have already used 3 years worth of student finance as I left partway through my 3rd year which counted as a year's worth of finance. Would anyone be able to tell me if I would be eligible for NHS Learning Support Fund to cover the costs for my new degree in Physiotherapy or any other information on this?Thanks in advance.
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Physiotherapy is an exempt degree. Previous study rules don’t apply.
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Physiotherapy is an exempt degree. Previous study rules don’t apply.
Thanks for the reply. Just to clarify, are you saying that I would be eligible for full funding for a second degree, despite not finishing my first one?
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Thanks for the reply. Just to clarify, are you saying that I would be eligible for full funding for a second degree, despite not finishing my first one?
Yeah, you would get 3 years funding for physiotherapy. Just talk to sfc.
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