Fees for integrated Masters degrees
You fund an integrated Masters in exactly the same way as your undergraduate course - through the government's tuition fee loans and maintenance loans and grants.
It just means your finance arrangements for fees and maintenance have to cover another full year of study.
I chose the MSci as it bridges the gap between undergraduate and postgraduate education. It fits as a prerequisite for a higher level of entry into some careers and may give an edge over applicants with a BSc. For the extra year spent getting an MSci you get many extra opportunities and benefits.Richard Boon