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Second degree funding

I was wondering if I’d be eligible for second degree funding, or postgraduate funding, for MPsy Psychotherapy and Counselling at Marjon University, Plymouth? I’ve got a BSc which I completed in 1998 and a PGCE. The course details are here - it’s an integrated Masters which can be full or part time: https://www.marjon.ac.uk/courses/mpsy-psychotherapy-counselling/
Original post by rachaelknight77
I was wondering if I’d be eligible for second degree funding, or postgraduate funding, for MPsy Psychotherapy and Counselling at Marjon University, Plymouth? I’ve got a BSc which I completed in 1998 and a PGCE. The course details are here - it’s an integrated Masters which can be full or part time: https://www.marjon.ac.uk/courses/mpsy-psychotherapy-counselling/

Hello,

You won't be eligible for full time funding.

Part time exception courses were introduced during the 2015/16 AY.
This means that students could be eligible to receive support for a second qualification if studying for a part time honours degree, joint honours degree or integrated masters degree in one of the listed exception subjects. The course you've confirmed is deemed an exception part time.

Thanks, Lynsey.
Original post by Lynsey SFE
Hello,

You won't be eligible for full time funding.

Part time exception courses were introduced during the 2015/16 AY.
This means that students could be eligible to receive support for a second qualification if studying for a part time honours degree, joint honours degree or integrated masters degree in one of the listed exception subjects. The course you've confirmed is deemed an exception part time.

Thanks, Lynsey.


Thanks Lynsey, that’s really helpful 😊
Original post by rachaelknight77
Thanks Lynsey, that’s really helpful 😊

You're welcome Rachel! If you need help with anything else please let us know!

Thanks,
Claire

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