Now funding can be difficult to find if you are not aware of where you can find and apply for funds. It’s important to remember that you can raise money through a range of different ways, and each may impact how you undertake your degree.
I spent the year before I started my Master’s working in a café, and from this I managed to put some money aside each month from my pay. It wasn’t the most glorified work – it could be hard at times, but I managed to raise money to cover deposits on rent and save £1,500 to help with living costs throughout the year.
As part of this I had to learn how to cut back on spending on things that weren’t needed...
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Published by Sam - History of Medicine MA
published on: 30 August 2017