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trendypaul | 15:40 Fri 27th Aug 2004 | Business & Finance
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My sister is going to university to study Physiotherapy and needs money. This is her second degree and as a mature student does not get much financial help. Where can she get money from that she will not have to pay back immediately?

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Dont physio's get bursaries now to help out a little? she can also apply for 'additional' help form the Student Loans Company but if this is on top of your standard student loan then you will pay higher interest rates i beleive, however, this money is not repayable until she's earning a set amount of money. Natwest also offer a 'professional trainee loan scheme' to student account holders, where you can get anything up to �20,000 this also isn't repayable until she graduates, and on a physio's salary that shouldn't be a problem!
If she asks at the local LEA, they sometimes have lists of local charities or bequests administered by local solictors which have an educational slant - years ago I got some money for books every term from such a fund. There are also hardship funds that can be applied to through student unions. Also there is a Macmillan grants book which has (or used tohave!) a wide range of other sources of funding though may be too specialised / commercial for your sister.

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