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Hi all, the rundown is that I have spent 3 years doing a degree which I ended up hating myself for taking (1 year for a resit and I ended up staying on the course just for the finance towards the end) and I'm just wondering if anybody will be able to help ease my mind --

I really want to continue with further education but I only have 1 year of Student Finance left I believe which is not nearly enough to complete a full degree program but I do have a degree in mind which I am very passionate about and I was just wondering if there are any sources out there to help with tuition fees/living fees?
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I suggest speaking to the university.
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I suggest speaking to the university.
thanks Whitebeard
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What degree are you passionate about?
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Knowing the degree choice would be useful, there are grants and student finance exceptions for certain courses.
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Hi all, the rundown is that I have spent 3 years doing a degree which I ended up hating myself for taking (1 year for a resit and I ended up staying on the course just for the finance towards the end) and I'm just wondering if anybody will be able to help ease my mind --

I really want to continue with further education but I only have 1 year of Student Finance left I believe which is not nearly enough to complete a full degree program but I do have a degree in mind which I am very passionate about and I was just wondering if there are any sources out there to help with tuition fees/living fees?
You would have to self fund for the first 2 years and get the last year funded only. Or do a Masters in the subject you like, or do a second degree in a subject that attracts funding like nursing or many of the allied health professions. Or study online.

https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/car...ort-university
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