Medical students

Financial support for EU-domiciled medical students

The tables below provide a guide to the funding you may be eligible to apply for depending on your chosen course and year of entry.

EU Fee rates from 2021

EU students will no longer be able to claim UK Government funding or the lower EU (Home) fee rates for programmes starting from 2021. Continuing students, who commence prior to 2021, will retain their fees and funding for the duration of the programme. For more information please see www.gov.uk/government/news/student-support-in-england

Please note that funding arrangements for the 2020–21 academic year is still to be confirmed. All applicants on these courses will be notified.

Courses that started after 1 September 2012

A100 MBBS/BSc Medicine - 6 year course


Type of fundingYear 1 to Year 4Year 5Year 6
Government tuition fee loan £9,250 - -
NHS pay tuition fees - £9,250 £9,250
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A109 MBBS Graduate Entry


Type of fundingYear 1 to Year 4Year 5
Tuition Fees Students are responsible to self-fund their tuition of £9,250 NHS pay tuition fees of £3,715. Students are responsible to self-fund the rest, £5,535
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Any students continuing on the A101 or A300 programmes with questions about their funding, should contact us in the Student Financial Support team.

Find out more

Return to the NHS funding page to find out more about how to apply and contact details for more information.