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Funding for 2nd Postgraduate Degree


User: Jayman2 - 04 February 2018 04:45

Hello All,
I am in need of some advise.
I am currently studying for my MBA which is heading into its final stage. But I am now out of funds and need advise on how to go about funding my MBA programme.

I started off the MBA programme (Part Time) as self funded since it was a second postgraduate degree and I was in work at the time. I took the MBA programme to post my career and also i understood that you don't get funding for the second postgraduate degree.

Really in need of advise if there are funding opportunities for situations like mine. Thanks

User: TreeofLife - 05 February 2018 13:34

It's difficult because most places say you should make sure you have enough funds before you start. Try this: [url]https://www.postgraduate-funding.com/gateway[/url]

You can probably find it online for free somewhere.

User: helebon - 05 February 2018 22:49

What about a Professional and Career development loan? it's different to a masters loan.

You have to pay it back, it's interest-free while you study and for a month after.
https://www.gov.uk/career-development-loans/repayments-and-interest

User: helebon - 06 February 2018 05:57

Your university may provide welfare loans which are often interest-free but must be paid back by an agreed date, it may be a maximum of £500.

User: SophieFAU - 06 February 2018 10:30

Hi all,

We have lots of information on our website here about funding which might help you![url=showthumb]https://www.findaphd.com/funding/guides/phd-funding-guide.aspx[/url]
Best wishes and good luck!
Sophie from FindAPhD

User: helebon - 06 February 2018 15:49

With the career development loan, I don't know if you are able to pay 100% back in the first month after finishing the course or are tied in to set repayments.




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