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I am due to graduate this year from an Applied Human Nutrition BSc, my course is eligible for me to register as an associate nutritionist with the Association for Nutrition. I was thinking of working as a registered nutritionist for a year and then looking at doing a Masters in Nutrition and Genetics (St Marys Twickenham). Will I still be eligible for a Masters loan to cover tuition fees if I have professional status?
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I am due to graduate this year from an Applied Human Nutrition BSc, my course is eligible for me to register as an associate nutritionist with the Association for Nutrition. I was thinking of working as a registered nutritionist for a year and then looking at doing a Masters in Nutrition and Genetics (St Marys Twickenham). Will I still be eligible for a Masters loan to cover tuition fees if I have professional status?
Hi Teresa, have you ever studied at postgraduate masters level before?

Is the Bsc the highest qualification you hold?

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Hi Teresa, have you ever studied at postgraduate masters level before?

Is the Bsc the highest qualification you hold?

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Hi Isaac
Yes BSc will be my highest level qualification.

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Hi Isaac
Yes BSc will be my highest level qualification.

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You will be eligible to receive funding for this postgraduate course as long as you meet the residency criteria https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan/eligibility

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You will be eligible to receive funding for this postgraduate course as long as you meet the residency criteria https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan/eligibility

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That's great thank you
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That's great thank you
You're welcome Teresa
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