Fees and funding
The fees listed below are the overall costs for full-time courses taken in the academic year 2021/22. Where courses are taken part-time over more than one academic year, fees are usually charged pro-rata for the modules taken during each academic year.
With effect from 2021/22 onwards, EU nationals starting new postgraduate courses will pay international fees and will not be eligible for student funding from the UK government. However, there are exceptions to this for Irish nationals and EU nationals with settled or pre-settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme. For the latest information, please see gov.uk/student-finance.
HEKSS will be funding up to four Paediatric and Child Health students starting in 2021/22, with bursaries of £500 available towards each 20 credits*. We are welcoming applications now from any qualified practitioner working in professions allied to paediatrics and child health. To be eligible for a bursary, applicants will be doctors, nurses and allied health professionals employed by the NHS within HEKSS who are continuing their training.
*please contact the course administrator for further details of the bursary.
All BSMS students on Masters courses accredited jointly by the University of Sussex and the University of Brighton are eligible to apply for University of Sussex postgraduate scholarships in 2021/22.
Read more about scholarships >