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Is this course an ELQ for full time study?

Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering
Foundation course
Start date

September 2024
UCAS code

Then with the hope to progressing onto:

Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering BEng (Hons)
Undergraduate degree
UCAS codes

BH00
BH01 with placement
Duration

3 years full-time
4 years with placement year
Institution

City, University of London

H606

Duration

1 year full-time

Institution

City, University of London ?
Original post by mrcar88
Is this course an ELQ for full time study?
Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering
Foundation course
Start date
September 2024
UCAS code
Then with the hope to progressing onto:
Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering BEng (Hons)
Undergraduate degree
UCAS codes
BH00
BH01 with placement
Duration
3 years full-time
4 years with placement year
Institution
City, University of London
H606
Duration
1 year full-time
Institution
City, University of London ?

Hi there,

Have you already gained a degree previously? Is this your first qualification you're aiming for?

Thanks, Ross
Reply 2
I'm currently studying Dietetics which is an allied health course (almost finished Yr 2). I have one year of previous study (where I didn't get a qualification), then Foundation Year (from Human Nutrition BSc) and the 1st Year of 'Dietetics and Nutrition'. The Foundation Year was a pre-requisite to the 'Dietetics and Nutrition' , so essentially it was part of that ELQ allied health course.
But thinking of switching or doing this degree (stated above) afterwards.
Original post by mrcar88
I'm currently studying Dietetics which is an allied health course (almost finished Yr 2). I have one year of previous study (where I didn't get a qualification), then Foundation Year (from Human Nutrition BSc) and the 1st Year of 'Dietetics and Nutrition'. The Foundation Year was a pre-requisite to the 'Dietetics and Nutrition' , so essentially it was part of that ELQ allied health course.
But thinking of switching or doing this degree (stated above) afterwards.

Thanks. The course code offers three different courses. Is it the integrated masters you're looking to do or the bachelor degree with honours? Thanks, Jason
Reply 4
bachelor degree with honours
Hi there,

This course is not classed as an exception course so we will take your previous study into consideration when we assess your application. If you have 1 year of previous study at a different course and now are 2nd year of a different course this would be classed as 3 years of previous study. You’re entitled to funding for the length of your course, plus 1 additional year, minus any years of previous study you have. Here’s the calculation we used: 3+1-3=1 year of funding left for the Tuition Fee Loan and this would be allocated to your final year. You can still apply for the Tuition Fee Loan for all 3 years.

Thanks, Drew

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