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Going to school for Funeral Services/Mortuary how much would you spend in college expenses?

Applying for scholarships to help me through my 2 years which is all Mortuary takes and on campus living I have no help. #science #scholarships #scholarship #helping-people #mortician #career #career-counseling

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William’s Answer

Hi Aliza!

Start with Level 3 (Award / Certificate / Diploma) or Advanced Level / T-Level / Associate of Science qualification that is accredited or regulated by OFQUAL or other relevant education bodies Embalming or Mortuary Care or Mortuary Technician Science. You will need more of biology and chemistry.

Visit the scholarship or finance or financial aid or fund tab of your chosen college to get information on scholarships and eligibility. You get information on living in campus or boarding from the website of your school of choice.

La Calavera College’s below runs an internationally recognized professional diploma in 'Embalming and Mortuary Science' at a cost of GBP6,250.
https://www.lacalaveracollege.com/funeral-industry-courses/embalming-and-mortuary-science

Check scholarship opportunities
https://www.scotland.org/study/saltire-scholarships
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Rebekah’s Answer

College costs vary widely depending on location. Your profile states that you live in Scotland and, unfortunately, I do not have any knowledge about college costs in Scotland. Here is a link to the American college where I earned my AAS in Mortuary Science: https://www.ivytech.edu/financial-aid/2623.html
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