What financial support is available to international students?
See international fees and fUNDING for more information >
What about students with a previous degree?
You will not be eligible for tuition fee support if you have received LEA funding in the past. Tuition fees must be paid in full by you or a sponsor. You will, however, be eligible to apply for a non-means tested maintenance loan throughout the first four years of the degree. You may be eligible for financial support from the University of Sussex, and from your fifth year of study you may be eligible for an NHS Bursary to cover tuition fees and maintenance costs.
What NHS bursary am I entitled to on this five-year medicine degree?
Gaining admission to the standard five-year course means you are entitled to receive student loans from Student Finance England for maintenance and tuition fees in the first four years.
From the fifth year of study onwards, tuition fees are currently paid by the NHS Student Bursary Scheme and you may be eligible to apply for a means-tested NHS bursary to cover maintenance costs and a reduced maintenance loan from Student Finance England (equivalent to approximately half the full rate).
The arrangements for graduate medical students on a five-year course are different. In the first four years of the course, graduate students are not eligible to receive a loan for tuition fees or maintenance whether they have previously received funding or not. However, graduate students may be able to apply for a full, income-based, maintenance loan from Student Finance England. From the fifth year of study, graduate medical students receive the same support as undergraduate medical students (see above).
For more information, see the NHS careers website >