Monday, 28 November 2016

UK Govt Funding Now Available for Masters Degrees

Government help is available
The new student loan system for postgraduate master's degrees has now been launched.  From August of this year, low interest loans will now provide students in the UK (check the website for precise details of eligibility) with access to postgraduate university courses.

This is very good news indeed for students who would like to do our pioneering master's degree in 3D animation - the first of its kind - launched last year in partnership with Bucks New University. The degree can be done from anywhere in the world.


What's this all about?
The government-backed loans, worth up to £10,000, are available from 2016-17 and will benefit students seeking to study at post-graduate level.   If you’re studying for two or more academic years, you’ll get up to £5,000 in your first year and the rest in your second year.

Watch our latest reel below and you will see some of the work done by our MA students.



What subjects qualify?
Loans will be offered in any master's subject.

How old/young do you have to be?
Loans are available to students under 60 on the first day of the first academic year of the course.

Do you have to be British or live in the UK?
It's complicated. See the official page for who qualifies.

Does the money have to be repaid?
Yes, the loans must be repaid, concurrently with any undergraduate loans.

Official Site
To see the official details, visit the official UK Govt website.

How to apply?
To apply for our Online MA, follow this link.

To find out more about Animation Apprentice, click here for a link to Frequently Asked Questions. To sign up for our next classroom at Animation Apprentice, follow this link




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