I have just graduated from a three year degree at Queens University Belfast and I now have been accepted to study Medicine at Queens also. I'm a Northern Irish Student coming from a family with low income (<£19,000 bracket). I've just been informed by the bank that I can't receive a loan off them due to me not making enough money to pay them back as of yet.
Student Finance are willing to give me a Maintenance Loan for 1st and 2nd year, and depending if i'm successful on getting into 3rd year, they could fund that also but that wouldn't fund Living and fully pay the Tuition fees. I've emailed the University about any other funding options, but I thought this would be a great place to get additional advice as I'm sure other students are in the same position. I've been informed of the current Hardship funds the University can offer but that still couldn't cut the cost of living in Belfast.
I'd really appreciate any advice that anyone could offer.
Funding for Graduate Medical Degree.
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