||Academic Year 2017-18
|2014, 2015 and 2016 entry
||Tuition Fees= £9,000
- NHS bursary for £3,465 of fees (non means-tested) and living costs (means-tested)
- A non means-tested tuition fee loan of £5,535 will be available to cover the difference for eligible students
- NHS non means-tested grant of £1,000
- Reduced rate student maintenance loan of £2,324 (£1,811 for final year students)
- The above table details support available to medical students from England and Wales. Northern Irish and Scottish students should contact the agency relevant to them. For details see our Students from outside England page.
- The amount of support you will receive may depend on your household income and/or personal circumstances.
- If you are aged under 25 and applying for means-tested support, your entitlement will mostly likely be calculated using your parents income, unless you are considered an independent student.
- You can receive an estimate of the amount of NHS bursary funding you might receive by completing the NHS Bursaries Calculator.
- If you have dependants or a disability, you may be entitled to additional non-repayable help. In your first year, this support is offered through Student Finance England/ Wales. In years 2 to 4, it is available through the NHS.
- Your previous study at degree level means you are ineligible for the maintenance/ special support grant from the Student Loans Company and University bursaries and scholarships.
- If you are considering withdrawing from your course, either temporarily or permanently, please see our thinking about withdrawing page for information on the financial implications.