Money can be a concern when going to university. At KMMS, we are happy to offer help and advice on how to pay your fees, access financial support and even work out your budget.
The annual tuition fees for UK students starting the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery undergraduate medical degree in 2020 have not yet been set by Government. As a guide only the full-time tuition fee for new and returning UK undergraduate courses for 2019/20 is £9,250. Where permitted by law or Government policy in the second or subsequent years of your course we reserve the right to increase tuition fees to the maximum permitted level.
The annual tuition fees for EU students starting the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery undergraduate medical degree in 2020 have not yet been set by Government.
Fees for international students to be confirmed. For continuing students fees will increase year on year by no more than RPI + 3% in each academic year of study except where regulated.
Fees and the financial support available differs for international students.
To assist new full-time UK students studying for their first degree a range of financial support is provided by the UK Government:
- You can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan to cover your tuition fees, which you only start to pay back when you have graduated and are earning over a certain threshold (currently £25,000 if a resident in England or Wales, £18,330 if a resident in Northern Ireland or Scotland. Based on 201819.)
- If you are a UK Home student, you can apply for means-tested Maintenance Loan to help towards living costs such as food and rent.
- If you are a parent or carer, other financial support is also available, including a Parent’s Learning Allowance and a Childcare Grant.
In 2020, EU students may be eligible for similar support to UK students, but there may be different support depending on your circumstances. Funding has not yet been agreed for EU students entering university in the UK in 2020.
For more details of student finances loans.
From the fifth year of study, you may be eligible for an NHS Bursary, in place of government funding. This may include:
- Support with tuition fees
- Grants towards living costs
- Additional help, depending on your circumstances (e.g. Dependants’ Allowance).
For further information on bursaries.
* Subject to successful progress through the General Medical Council's quality assurance programme.