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Please can someone tell me if when a student enrols on a Mmath (4 years masters degree) do they still graduate at 3 years gaining their honours degree. Thank you.
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If it's an integrated masters, then you would not graduate with a BSc after 3 years as MMath would be the name of your full undergraduate degree. If you decided to leave halfway through year 4, you could of course claim the BSc, I believe. Also, if you chose to graduate with the BSc, you wouldn't get any further undergraduate funding. If you then took a masters, you would have to take it post-graduate, and take a PG loan for that.
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Hi there,

Kent student rep here I will find that out for you and get back to you as soon as possible.

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(Original post by Anonymous)
Please can someone tell me if when a student enrols on a Mmath (4 years masters degree) do they still graduate at 3 years gaining their honours degree. Thank you.
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We don't believe that you can graduate 3 years into the course as you are only partway through the MMath degree. You would need to complete all 4 years in order to graduate. However, if you were to change from MMath to BSc, this could be possible.

- Dale
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