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I am wanting to apply for a masters degree in chemistry. I already had an MChem however, my grades are not good enough for what I want to do.
The problem I am, is that I wont be able to get a loan from the student fincance company as I took one out for my original MChem.
I am wondering what other possible routes there are for paying for tuition fee's, accommodation for the year for etc. The reason I have not saved any money is because I have financial commitments.
I need some major advice. Im not looking to be told its completely impossible, rather advice about how I might achieve my goals.
I have an integrated master in chemistry (MChem), however, I only achive a 2:2. Since then I have become a secondary science teacher. I am wanted to go back to academia. I am aware that with my grade, it is extremely unlikely I would be able to get accepted onto a PhD.
To that extent I am consdiering applying for a master programme.
There are several questions I have. Would getting a masters help my application for PhD? Or would my original degree prevent me completely? Is it even possible for me to do a master when I already have an integrated masters? If I can could I get funding for it? Is there anyone I could speak to get advice from?
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