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The undergraduate courses listed below are funded by the NHS. The student funding for these courses is different to undergraduate courses funded by Student Finance, one of the main differences being that the student has no, or limited, tuition fee liability. The NHS pays in most cases!
Income assessed bursaries and non-income assessed grants are offered depending on the course, and for some courses a non-income assessed reduced rate student loan from Student Finance is also offered.
Please click on the title of the course below, or the arrow at the side, that you are interested in studying and basic funding information will be revealed.
(NB: The NHS funding package for 2013 entry has not yet been agreed, and may be different from the information below. We will update the web page as soon as we have the information.)
Funding for 2012:
Funding for 2012:
From September 2012 this Diploma/Degree option will no longer be offered. See BSc Nursing above
A postgraduate MSc course for people who already hold an undergraduate degree:
The five year Medical Course is funded differently in the fifth and final year, to years one to four. In the fifth year the NHS pay tuition fees and students are offered:
In years one to four students are funded by Student Finance with grants and loans. See the Undergraduate funding page.
Funding information can be found on the dedicated GEM page.
Social Work students may receive a non-income assessed Bursary from the NHS in Years 2 & 3, however the NHS does NOT pay the tuition fees for this course.
Students can also apply for the funding package from Student Finance, including a tuition fee loan, grant and maintenance loan.
Further information can be found on the NHS Business Services Authority web site.
NHS funded students may also be eligible to apply to the additional support funds administered by the University. Go to the Money Worries page for more information.
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