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    Hi all

    I have the horrible feeling this is going to come off sounding really stupid, but here's my question.

    I'm about to enter my fourth year of an MChem in Chemistry with Forensic and Analytical Science. I'm still not sure what I want to do but I'm really starting to lean towards Forensics. It's really competitive and the main route to even get an interview is to have a science degree, then an MSc in something hopefully forensics based.

    So, thinking of heading to do an MSc after my current MChem ends, 1 year full time taught. But my issue is, how do you all fund yours?
    The FFS website states no funding is available and they're not aware of any organisation that does, so that's a no-no.

    I'm guessing bank loan is my option?!

    Sorry if it's actually a simple answer, I've only just started thinking about this!

    Thanks for any help
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    You could get a career development loan from a bank, work over the summer, or there's a reference book in libraries which lists charitable organisations who are looking for people to sponsor.
 
 
 

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