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I have already completed an MA in social work and had funding for this. However, I want to complete another MA in occupational therapy and I wonder whether I will be eligible for student finance again?

I have been told that I would get funding for an undergraduate but i'd rather do a masters.
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I have already completed an MA in social work and had funding for this. However, I want to complete another MA in occupational therapy and I wonder whether I will be eligible for student finance again?

I have been told that I would get funding for an undergraduate but i'd rather do a masters.
Hi, a postgraduate healthcare course attracts undergraduate funding.

You can receive more funding for the undergraduate loan, is there any reason you are looking for the postgraduate loan?

If you want less/similar funding to the postgraduate loan then you can request less.

Thanks, Isaac
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