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Scholarships for Medicine students at UK universities

This question is with regards to undergraduate medicine: Is my understanding correct that universities such as Birmingham and Nottingham that offer grants (such as the Chamberlain award for Birmingham) will provide them the first 4 years and then the NHS provides a bursary for the last year? And does this apply for all universities?
Answered by Alison Patterson
Each university website will be explicit about the funding and scholarships available for their medicine course. Check each site. Check the criteria for eligibility for grants and scholarships. They may be competitive or dependent on A-Level results.

The NHS Bursary eligibily criteria are at www.medicalcareers.nhs.uk/
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If you need clarification, speak to someone in the university for certainty.

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