2nd Degree Support - is Dentistry an exception?

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Hi, I am currently in the second year of my course (BSc Maths), and took a foundation year but have realised what I would really like to study is Dentistry. I have heard about an exceptions list including health professionals.

If I was to complete my current degree and apply for dentistry post-grad what financial support would be available to me, if any?
On the other hand if I didn't complete my current degree and changed courses would this make a difference? Are you able to give any ballpark figures e.g full time tuition is 9250, what would a 'part time tuition fee' look like? half of this? 2/3? 1/4?

Thank you for your time
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Hi, I am currently in the second year of my course (BSc Maths), and took a foundation year but have realised what I would really like to study is Dentistry. I have heard about an exceptions list including health professionals.

If I was to complete my current degree and apply for dentistry post-grad what financial support would be available to me, if any?
On the other hand if I didn't complete my current degree and changed courses would this make a difference? Are you able to give any ballpark figures e.g full time tuition is 9250, what would a 'part time tuition fee' look like? half of this? 2/3? 1/4?

Thank you for your time
Hi there,

In order to determine your eligibility, please confirm:

1. Which university and course you are looking to start your studies with?
2. How old you are.
3. Your nationality, current status and time spent within the UK.
4. Any previous study and qualifications you may hold.

Thanks, Isaac
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