The funding for students who study courses leading to a registration as a social worker is different to most university course but depends on where you are normally resident and where your course is run.
If you study a full-time undergraduate degree at the University of Huddersfield, meet the residency requirements and are normally resident in England, you may receive a non-means tested basic grant of up to £3,362 (2010/11 value)
In addition, you may receive a means-tested maintenance grant up to £2906 (2010/11 value) and Parental Learning Allowance and addition allowances if you have dependents.
If you are studying a postgraduate course, your tuition fees may be paid directly by the Department of Health up to £3466 (2010/11 value). You are not entitled to any other financial help towards your costs.
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