Graduate Course in Medicine Watch

stefania.moroi
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Hello there!

I have currently received a conditional offer to study Natural Sciences at Cambridge University, which is a 3 year course (with an optional 4th year), starting Oct 2014.

I also have a strong interest in medicine.

If I were to pursue a post-graduate medical course (A101) (which is 4 years) after the 3 year NatSci course, would I be eligible for funding for the whole duration of the course (tuition fees)?

If so, under what conditions?

Thank you.
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Mark Lee - SFE Official Adviser
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Hi there,

If you do a medical course after your Natural Sciences degree, you would be eligible to apply to receive a Maintenance Loan from Student Finance England.

You would also be apply for apply to the NHS for Tuition Fee Support.

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