Paramedic Sciences as a second degree

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I'm applying for paramedic sciences as a second degree. I'm really confused by the financing.

I'm under the impression there's no option to get a second student loan through Student Loans Company is that right?

It does say paramedic sciences students might be able to receive NHS Learning Support Fund... but then on the next page it says that this is only possible if you receive a student loan through the student loans company... So does this mean that doesn't apply to me either as a second degree student?

I'm wondering if there are any funding options at all for a second degree to train as a paramedic? I'm a parent, so I'm not sure if that means anything? I don't think there is, but just a bit confused!

Thanks.
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Hello

I'm applying for paramedic sciences as a second degree. I'm really confused by the financing.

I'm under the impression there's no option to get a second student loan through Student Loans Company is that right?

It does say paramedic sciences students might be able to receive NHS Learning Support Fund... but then on the next page it says that this is only possible if you receive a student loan through the student loans company... So does this mean that doesn't apply to me either as a second degree student?

I'm wondering if there are any funding options at all for a second degree to train as a paramedic? I'm a parent, so I'm not sure if that means anything? I don't think there is, but just a bit confused!

Thanks.
Hi, would this be for an upcoming academic year?

New regulations could be different/change but we can't be sure yet.

Thanks, Isaac
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Hi, would this be for an upcoming academic year?

New regulations could be different/change but we can't be sure yet.

Thanks, Isaac
Hi Isaac

Yes for 2022 entry. Are the new regulations possibly for 2023, out of interest?

Thanks for your help.
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Hi Isaac

Yes for 2022 entry. Are the new regulations possibly for 2023, out of interest?

Thanks for your help.
Currently paramedicine is not an exception course unless the applicant will receive funding from the Ambulance Service Trust (AST).

If you receive no AST funding, your previous study/qualifications will affect eligibility.

The 22/23 regulations have not been fully released yet, so things could change or they could stay the same.
I advise you to contact us again in the middle of March and we will be able to advise on the 22/23 regulations.

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Thank you Isaac, I appreciate the info and will do that.
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Thank you Isaac, I appreciate the info and will do that.
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