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Thread: I have a 3rd class degree, should I apply for a post graduate in Nursing?

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27-Apr-17, 19:05
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posted about 2 years ago
How about studying for a PG Certificate in something health related? 60 credits at masters level would cost around two thousand pounds at a brick university. It would show you are able to study at masters level. .

Thread: Part time PhD in 4 to 5 years?

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15-Apr-13, 15:30
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Thanks very much Pjlu and Eska! I would hope to finish the PhD in 4 years. The uni I would apply to has a minimum 4 years registration for a part time PhD. The fees are 50% for part timers so it works out cheaper than 3 years at full time fees. The only issue would be if I am registered a part time student I would be liable for council tax (as part time students are not exempt). All the best :)

Thread: Part time PhD in 4 to 5 years?

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14-Apr-13, 13:26
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Hi, I wondered if its possible to do a PhD part time in 4 to 5 years? I would be able to study 30 hours a week on the PhD instead of 40-50 hrs in the case of a fulltime student. The part time fees would make it more affordable. The PhD would be related to my 5 years recent employment experience and the taught masters I'm currently doing (I also have a related BA). I'm lucky enough to have a smallish mortgage on my flat and if I have a lodger living with me the rent would pay the mortgage and most of the utility bills. Meaning I would only need to find one days employment a week to have enough money to live on. Any thoughts please?
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