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Hello, I already hold an undergraduate degree in Business management and entrepreneurship. At the moment I am studying Access to HE: Nursing and Midwifery. Ideally I would like to study for a second undergraduate degree in either of the following or similar to these: Applied medical sciences, Biomedical sciences, Pharmaceutical science. My question is can I get funding for such a course? If yes, is it full time, part time, only tuition, or can I get maintenance loan as well? If no, what are my alternatives (any other similar courses or ways to study with funding)? Am I eligible for joint honours degree or integrated masters? There isn't much information about these questions. Is there a list somewhere that I can see and check for which course I can get funding?
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Hello, I already hold an undergraduate degree in Business management and entrepreneurship. At the moment I am studying Access to HE: Nursing and Midwifery. Ideally I would like to study for a second undergraduate degree in either of the following or similar to these: Applied medical sciences, Biomedical sciences, Pharmaceutical science. My question is can I get funding for such a course? If yes, is it full time, part time, only tuition, or can I get maintenance loan as well? If no, what are my alternatives (any other similar courses or ways to study with funding)? Am I eligible for joint honours degree or integrated masters? There isn't much information about these questions. Is there a list somewhere that I can see and check for which course I can get funding?
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Do you have the university you would be looking to study, so we can check our system.

Thanks, Erin
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Hi there,

Do you have the university you would be looking to study, so we can check our system.

Thanks, Erin
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I've checked some universities and courses, please let me know if I will be able to get student finance ( tuition fees and maintenance loan) for any of them. If not can you please suggest similar courses that I will be able to get funding for.
Birkbeck University of London: Biomedicine (BSC): 4 year, part time
Birkbeck University of London: Biomedicine with advanced pathways (MSCI): 4 years, full time
Birkbeck University of London: Biomedicine (BSC): 3 year, full time

Queen Mary University of London: Pharmacology and Innovative Therapeutics BSc (Hons) 3 years
Queen Mary University of London: Biochemistry BSc (Hons) 3 years
Queen Mary University of London: Biochemistry MSci (Hons) 4 years
Queen Mary University of London: Biomedical sciences BSc (Hons) 3 years
Queen Mary University of London: Medical genetics BSc (Hons) 3 years

London Metropolitan University: Biochemistry BSc (Hons) 3 years
London Metropolitan University: Biological science BSc (Hons) 3 years
London Metropolitan University: Biomedical science BSc (Hons) 3 years
London Metropolitan University: Medical bioscience BSc (Hons) 3 years
London Metropolitan University: Pharmacology BSc (Hons) 3 years
London Metropolitan University: Pharmaceutical science MSci 4 years
London Metropolitan University: Pharmaceutical science BSc (Hons) 3 years

University of Westminster: Applied Biomedical science BSc Hons, 4 years, part time
University of Westminster: Biochemistry BSc Hons, 3 years, full time
University of Westminster: Biological sciences BSc Hons, 3 years, full time
University of Westminster: Biomedical sciences BSc Hons, 3 years, full time
University of Westminster: Cognitive and clinical neuroscience BSc Hons, 3 years, full time
University of Westminster: Medical sciences BSc Hons, 3 years, full time
University of Westminster: Pharmacology and physiology BSc Hons, 3 years, full time

London South Bank university: Bioscience BSc Hons, 3 years, full time
London South Bank university: Biomedical sciences BSc Hons, 3 years, full time

University of East London: Biomedical science BSc Hons, full time 3/4/5 years, there should be part time as well
University of East London: Medical physiology BSc Hons, full time 3/4 years/ there should be part time as well
University of East London: Pharmaceutical science BSc Hons, full time 3/4/5 years, there should be part time as well
University of East London: Pharmacology BSc Hons, full time 3/4 years, there should be part time as well
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