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Student Financial Support Graduate Entry Medicine www.imperial.ac.uk/studentfinance Gerry Greyling May 2013.

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1 Student Financial Support Graduate Entry Medicine Gerry Greyling May 2013

2 Introduction  NHS  Register and log in to online services at:  Student Finance England -  Student Finance Northern Ireland -  Student Awards Agency for Scotland -  Student Finance Wales -

3 Home Students Year 1Years 2-4 Tuition Fee Loan £5,535 Non-means tested Tuition Fee Loan Tuition Fees Self funded£3,465 funded by student£3,465 funded by NHS Maintenance Loan Away from home: Maximum £7,675 At home: Maximum £4,375 Additional weeks = £54 - £106 pw 65% is non-means tested = £4,988 35% and additional allowances – subject to means testing Maintenance Loan (reduced rate) Full Year: Maximum £3,263 Final Year: Maximum £2,498 Non-means tested Fixed amount NHS BursaryNHS means tested Bursary of up to £5,460 NHS non-means tested Bursary of £1,000

4 Grants and Allowances Supplementary Grants  Childcare Grant  Adult Dependants’ Grant  Parental Learning Allowance Non means tested  Disabled Students Allowance Additional Allowances  Practice Placement Expenses

5 EU Students  EU students resident in the UK for 3 years prior to start of course (not including education) may be eligible for funding – check with Student Finance England Year 1Years 2-4 Tuition Fee Loan £5,535 Non-means tested Tuition Fee Loan Tuition Fees Self funded£3,465 funded by student£3,465 funded by NHS International Students  There is currently no statutory support from the UK government for overseas students.

6 Tuition Imperial  For All Tuition Fee details please view:  UK/EU full-time undergraduate students charged £9,000  College accepts payment in 2 instalments

7 Extra help Access to Learning Fund – Home students  Government money given to universities to help students experiencing financial difficulties  Can help with on going living costs or emergency, one-off payments  Cannot assist with tuition fees  Non-repayable College Hardship Fund – EU/International students  College funded money to help students experiencing financial difficulties  Can help with on going living costs or emergency, one-off payments  Cannot assist with tuition fees  Non-repayable NHS Hardship Grant – not available to fees only students  NHS support to help students experiencing financial difficulty

8 Other sources of help  Useful funding guide/budgeting tips:  Grant awarding trusts and charities:  Private educational loans:  Royal Medical Benevolent Fund: Further information  

9 Advice at Imperial Student Financial Support within Registry Level 3 Sherfield Building, South Kensington Campus Tanya Hunt Undergraduate Student Financial Support Administrator


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