SFE Funding for Course Transfer (plz help, needed immediately)

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Hello so I did an science extended degree which essentially is like a foundation year that leads into a undergraduate bsc If I pass the year at 40% , which I did.
The thing is I've had second doubts about my course. I wanted to go into physiotherapy which isn't the course offered via the extended degree but can be done via internal application to transfer. Thing is I had missed the course deadline and it was full so I couldn't apply for the 2021 start. I was also told that the extended degree (year 0) didn't have enough biological content and that I should top up and apply for the next academic year (2022).
I've chosen to progress onto a biological science course that is offered via the extended degree just in case I am unsuccessful with my transfer for 2022. I can finish a biological undergrad and apply for pre reg physiotherapy masters.
I'm just confused in terms of funding if I do make my 2022 transfer successful. Cause I would have done the extended degree (which is like year 0) then 1 year in an biological undergraduate before transferring to physiotherapy which 3 years. So it'll be 5 years in total.
The whole sfe funding seems confusing and I also heard the physiotherapy degree will get some funding from NHS.
I just want to know if funding in terms of course loan and maintenance loan will be all covered or not. Will I have to self fund a year?
I've seen similar post about it but the explanation was confusing and I don't know if it'll apply to my case. Especially the new course years + 1 - previous years calculation ( not sure if I did that right) I dont understand it at all it confuses me. so please could someone explain everything.
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(Original post by Kazzielynnn73)
Hello so I did an science extended degree which essentially is like a foundation year that leads into a undergraduate bsc If I pass the year at 40% , which I did.
The thing is I've had second doubts about my course. I wanted to go into physiotherapy which isn't the course offered via the extended degree but can be done via internal application to transfer. Thing is I had missed the course deadline and it was full so I couldn't apply for the 2021 start. I was also told that the extended degree (year 0) didn't have enough biological content and that I should top up and apply for the next academic year (2022).
I've chosen to progress onto a biological science course that is offered via the extended degree just in case I am unsuccessful with my transfer for 2022. I can finish a biological undergrad and apply for pre reg physiotherapy masters.
I'm just confused in terms of funding if I do make my 2022 transfer successful. Cause I would have done the extended degree (which is like year 0) then 1 year in an biological undergraduate before transferring to physiotherapy which 3 years. So it'll be 5 years in total.
The whole sfe funding seems confusing and I also heard the physiotherapy degree will get some funding from NHS.
I just want to know if funding in terms of course loan and maintenance loan will be all covered or not. Will I have to self fund a year?
I've seen similar post about it but the explanation was confusing and I don't know if it'll apply to my case. Especially the new course years + 1 - previous years calculation ( not sure if I did that right) I dont understand it at all it confuses me. so please could someone explain everything.
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Sfe SFE Isaac please help
Hi, your previous study will not affect your eligibility for the physiotherapy course.
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Hi, your previous study will not affect your eligibility for the physiotherapy course.
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Hello, would that mean I will not need to self fund at all. That all the 3 years of £9250 course cost will be covered.

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Hello, would that mean I will not need to self fund at all. That all the 3 years of £9250 course cost will be covered.

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For a physiotherapy course, your previous study won't affect your eligibility - you will be able to apply for funding as long as you meet the residency criteria.

We will fund the following AHP courses regardless of your previous study:
• Chiropody
• Dental hygiene (Honours degree, diploma or foundation degree)
• Dental therapy (Honours degree, diploma or foundation degree)
• Dental hygiene and dental therapy (Joint or dual honours)
• Dietetics
• Dietetics and nutrition
• Midwifery (Degree or diploma level)
• Nursing (Degree or diploma level)
• Nursing and social work (Dual honours)
• Occupational therapy
• Operating department practice (Degree or diploma level)
• Orthoptics
• Physiotherapy
• Podiatry
• Prosthetics and Orthotics
• Radiography
• Radiotherapy
• Speech and language therapy


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