Tuition fees for the first year of the MBChB programme for 2018 entry will be £9,250 for Home/EU students.
Undergraduate tuition fees for Home/EU students in 2019/20 are £9,250 per year.
The University has confirmed that EU students commencing study in 2017, 2018 and 2019 will continue to be charged fees at the same rate as UK students.
Fees for international students for 2019/20 are £22,460 for year 1 and £39,150 for years 2, 3 and 4.
The University may increase fees in line with any inflationary uplift as determined by the UK Government, if permitted by law or government policy, in subsequent years of your course.
Importantly, the UK Government originally indicated that, “from 2018/19 new international students studying at English universities will be expected to fund their own placements” pg 12 ;
This has now been clarified;
“The consultation outlined the Government’s intention to increase domestic supply and charge international students the full costs of their course from 2018-19. Following feedback provided through the consultation, these changes will commence in 2019-20 and not in 2018-19 as indicated in the consultation. This means the Government will continue to fund clinical placements for international students commencing study at English universities in 2018-19 while it undertakes further cross-government work on implementing the change in 2019-20” pg 7 ;
International students looking to start in 2019 are still therefore likely to be required to pay a clinical placement fee in addition to the University fee. This is likely to be at least an additional £10,000 per annum during years 2, 3 and 4 of the course.
We will continue to update this information as we receive updates from the UK Government.
Fee Arrangements for 2018 Study
Tuition fees for the first year of the MBChB programme will be £9,250. Fees are expected to rise annually in line with inflation.
Year One (English and Welsh students)
In 2018/19 students will be required to meet £3,465 of these fees from their own resources. Eligible students were able to access a non means-tested tuition fee loan from the Student Loans Company (SLC) to cover the difference between £3,465 and the tuition charge of £9,250.
Years Two, Three and Four (English and Welsh students)
In years two to four of study, the Department of Health will pay £3,715 towards the cost of tuition fees for students ordinarily resident in England and Wales.
For international students the fees for 2018/19 are £21,390 for year 1 and £37,290 for years 2, 3 and 4.
Fees are expected to rise annually in line with inflation.
For further information on fees please visit I am starting my graduate entry medicine course in 2018/19.
Tuition fees can be paid upfront at registration, or in instalments through the year.
- 50% of tuition fees due on the first day of term
- 25% of tuition fees due on the first day of term
- 25% of tuition fees due on the first day of term 3
For more information see Making Payments
In addition to your tuition fees, you will need to consider funding for your accommodation, travel to your placements and general living costs over the next four to five years.
First year medical students who are ordinarily resident in England and Wales can apply to Student Finance England for financial support towards living costs. Eligible students are entitled to a Maintenance Loan which is partially means-tested (max £8,430). Due to your previous study you will not be eligible for University Scholarships and Bursaries.
In years two to four of study, to help with your living costs, you can apply for a means-tested bursary and a non means-tested grant towards your living costs from the NHS. You may also be eligible for a maintenance loan at a reduced rate from Student Finance England (non means-tested).
Students living in Northern Ireland and Scotland should contact the relevant Students Awards Agency for information on the funding available.
Students living in the EU may be eligible for help towards their tuition fee costs and should contact the European Team at the Student Loans Company. EU students are not normally entitled to the maintenance element of the NHS bursary.
Maintenance support and bursaries
Due to your previous study for an undergraduate degree, graduate entry students are not eligible for undergraduate bursaries or fee waivers from the University. Students with children and students with disabilities will be eligible for targeted support such as a Childcare grant, Parents’ Learning Allowance or Disabled Students’ Allowances.
The Student Funding Office
Student Support and Development Centre
T: +44 (0)24 7615 0096
NHS Business Services Authority website
A new website has been launched combining the NHS Business Services Authority's five previous websites into one site.
- Visit the NHS Business Services Authority website
Department for Employment and Learning
Student Support Branch
T: +44 (0)28 9025 7777
NHS Wales Student Awards Unit
14 Cathedral Road
T: +44 (0)29 2050 2355
Student Finance Services European Team
PO Box 89
T: +44 (0)141 243 3570