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Hello!

I’m in my final year of my Bachelors, so starting to think of my Masters, and I was wondering if someone could talk me through doing a Masters/Post Grad?

Do you work full time alongside doing your masters? How does the Gov’s Masters Loan work? All the nitty gritty details if you don’t mind!

Cheers!
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(Original post by xanthuros45)
Hello!

I’m in my final year of my Bachelors, so starting to think of my Masters, and I was wondering if someone could talk me through doing a Masters/Post Grad?

Do you work full time alongside doing your masters? How does the Gov’s Masters Loan work? All the nitty gritty details if you don’t mind!

Cheers!
You should be applying right now, so get researching the course and uni. A Masters is full time, so trying to work full time as well would be damaging to the degree. 10-20 hours a week is a more doable target.

I'd Google the loan, because your circumstances may vary.
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You can work part time along a full-time masters (just about usually). The student loans are a set amount I believe, around 10k or 11k, it doesn't always cover the fees. It is aimed at tuition fees but you have to pay it yourself, so technically could use it for other things.

What do you want to know about the courses? They vary hugely in how they're delivered depending on your school, subject, course pathway etc.
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You should be applying right now, so get researching the course and uni. A Masters is full time, so trying to work full time as well would be damaging to the degree. 10-20 hours a week is a more doable target.

I'd Google the loan, because your circumstances may vary.
I’ve got a course in mind, they’ve only just released the tuition fees for the next year. The loan states it doesn’t matter on your income, and the course I’d like is around £13,000. How does someone go about funding the year? Luckily the one I want to go to isn’t far away so I can drive, so I know my living situation as well.
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