MSE News: Guest comment: 'Want to study part time? Don't let finance myths stop you'

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Guest comment: 'Want to study part time? Don't let finance myths stop you'

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  • Hi

    I'm looking into doing a second degree after considering a career change but I'm unclear on what I have to pay and whether I'll get financial support. Could you please help?

    Thanks
  • Dunroamin
    Dunroamin Posts: 16,908 Forumite
    Leedsnyc wrote: »
    Hi

    I'm looking into doing a second degree after considering a career change but I'm unclear on what I have to pay and whether I'll get financial support. Could you please help?

    Thanks

    Unless your second career is from the limited list of courses funded by the NHS, there's no funding available for students who already have a degree.
  • Hi,

    what about those who don't have a degree? I've been working for 8 years now after my GCSEs, and at this point in my career I feel having a degree would make a difference. Can you please advise on how to get financial help? Thank you
  • jackieblack
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    sabtime wrote: »
    Hi,

    what about those who don't have a degree? I've been working for 8 years now after my GCSEs, and at this point in my career I feel having a degree would make a difference. Can you please advise on how to get financial help? Thank you
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