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student finance and nhs fund for 2nd healthcare degree?

I am about to finish my 2nd year of a healthcare degree but am questioning if I've chosen the right career.
I have a previous non-healthcare degree from 20 years ago which was fully self-funded.
For my current degree I receive SFE England maintenance loan (Plan 2 - course start 2022) + the NHS Learning Support Fund.
If I were to leave my degree and start radiography instead, could I get another SFE loan and the NHS Learning support fund? Or alternatively finish my final year and then apply for Radiography in 2025?

Trying to figure out if this is possible or if I am now stuck with the choice I made.

Thank you.
Hi there. 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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Hi, I am hoping to be accepted for BA (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography at Derby University. It would be full-time for 3 years. Hoping to start in either September 2024 running until June 2027, or September 2025 running until June 2028. Thank you.
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Hi, I am hoping to be accepted for BA (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography at Derby University. It would be full-time for 3 years. Hoping to start in either September 2024 running until June 2027, or September 2025 running until June 2028. Thank you.
Thanks for confirming. Radiography is an Allied Health Profession (AHP) course so you would qualify for full funding for the new course.

Our applications for courses starting in September 2024 are live now, this would be the 24/25 Academic Year.

Thanks, Ross

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