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Hey team,
I know this has probably been asked a million times but I can't find any information around getting a student loan for veterinary medicine after training as a nurse.

I qualified back in 2017 and was not eligible for a student loan at the time as my course was funded by the NHS. I am now looking into applying for Veterinary medicine but everywhere it says you cannot get a second loan. Does anyone know if this applies to students who did not receive a loan the first time around?

Any clarification would be much appreciated

Thank you xx
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Hey team,
I know this has probably been asked a million times but I can't find any information around getting a student loan for veterinary medicine after training as a nurse.

I qualified back in 2017 and was not eligible for a student loan at the time as my course was funded by the NHS. I am now looking into applying for Veterinary medicine but everywhere it says you cannot get a second loan. Does anyone know if this applies to students who did not receive a loan the first time around?

Any clarification would be much appreciated

Thank you xx

How do you get a veterinary nursing apprenticeship?

As an apprentice, you will first need to find employment in an approved training practice and then attend college on a part-time or block release basis. You can obtain a list of training practices from www.rcvs.org.uk. Training is quite intensive and takes between two and three years or even four years.



I am doing the opposite of what you are doing by doing adult nursing from vet nursing.
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