Emmalucy wrote: »
I am currently studying a PGCE full time (meaning I currently recieve full student loan) half the course modules are at level 6 and half are at level 7. I am studying a masters next year - would I still be able to get a masters loan? I've had a look into it but can't really find an answer to it,
thanks in advance
yummymummy79 wrote: »
I was wondering about the PGCE thing too as I did one a few years ago (Level 6 only) but would love to do a masters in a different field.
londonlydia wrote: »
similar to above, ^^, if you have an undergraduate masters course, can you still take advantage of this? I.e. an MSci, MEng, MPhys?
wanderlustandcurious wrote: »
For those academic institutions that convert BA degrees into MAs after a set period of time post-graduation, would these students still be eligible for the postgraduate loan from SLC? These students effectively haven't studied a masters course, only a bachelors, but are given the masters title 6/7 years after being a undergraduate.
SLC1983 wrote: »
Hi guys, does anyone know if you are credit checked for the postgrad loan? The guide says the loan won't appear on your credit file, but I can't see if it specifically states whether you are credit checked for it or not. Thanks!
thespeedhat wrote: »
This is exactly what I've been wondering too - I had assumed that, as with the vast majority of loans, credit score/financial history would be taken into account, but I've seen nothing in the many sources I've checked that confirms or refutes this.
It's pretty important to know - I'm probably not the only former student whose financial history hasn't always been the rosiest, but whose finances are now stable and would like to move on to a Masters. Any help much appreciated!
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