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Second degree funding - Nursing

Hello :smile:

I just wanted to inquire as to whether a full-time BSc in Nursing Studies or Midwifery would be entitled to a full tuition fee and maintenance loan? I already have a BA in an unrelated field, but have been looking to undertake a second undergraduate degree.

I am currently looking at the following courses:
https://www.surrey.ac.uk/undergraduate/nursing-studies-registered-nurse-adult-nursing
https://www.surrey.ac.uk/undergraduate/midwifery-registered-midwife

Many thanks in advance!
Hi there. Most Nursing and Midwifery courses would be exceptions to our ELQ rules. We cannot click on any links here. Can you confirm the full name of the new course and university? Will the new course be full time or part time? How many year will it be? When does the new course start? Thanks, Leah.
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Original post by Leah SLC
Hi there. Most Nursing and Midwifery courses would be exceptions to our ELQ rules. We cannot click on any links here. Can you confirm the full name of the new course and university? Will the new course be full time or part time? How many year will it be? When does the new course start? Thanks, Leah.

Many thanks for your response, Leah. Both courses I'm looking at are at the University of Surrey:

BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies (Registered Nurse Adult Nursing), 2025 entry, 3 years full-time
BSc (Hons) Midwifery (Registered Midwife), 2025 entry, 3 years full-time

There is also an option for both courses to be undertaken with a foundation course, which would bring the length to 4 years full-time.

Many thanks!
Hi there. Both of the courses you have mentioned would be considered as exception courses also with foundation years so you would be eligible for funding for both regardless of previous study or qualifications. Thanks, David

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