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Hello,

I am wondering if I'd be eligble to get funding for a 3rd degree from student finance.

I currently hold a Bsc in Software Engineering and an Msc in Cyber Security, both funded by Student Finance England.

I have been doing research into 'Allied Health' courses and I am wondering if the exception of funding regardless of previous degrees would apply to me.

The course I am interested is MSi (Hons) Speech Theraphy or Bsc (Hons) Speech Theraphy.

Here are the links to the courses:

https://www.reading.ac.uk/ready-to-s...nguage-therapy

https://www.marjon.ac.uk/courses/spe...guage-therapy/

Would I be eliglble to recieve full funding (tution fees/maintainence loans) if I was accepted onto either of these courses?
Hi, your previous study/qualifications will not affect your eligibility to be funded for this course.

You should apply for undergraduate funding for your postgraduate healthcare course. The system will not allow you to apply for undergraduate funding online. You will need to apply by sending a paper application form in the post.

https://www.gov.uk/student-finance-forms

Thanks, Isaac
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