Do all Medicine students pay only £4500 per year?

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And is this the same for all Dentistry students as well? Do Medicine students of both types of course (5 year and 6 year) pay only £4500 per year? I'm just curious to know as I have a friend who told me this.
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No, they don't.
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(Original post by Raymat)
And is this the same for all Dentistry students as well? Do Medicine students of both types of course (5 year and 6 year) pay only £4500 per year? I'm just curious to know as I have a friend who told me this.

No one pays £4500. The fees are £9000 a year.
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No one pays £4500. The fees are £9000 a year.
I heard from somewhere due to funding from NHS their fees get cut down by half or is that only for certain individuals.
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I heard from somewhere due to funding from NHS their fees get cut down by half or is that only for certain individuals.
Graduates on a graduate entry course get contribution to their fees, from the NHS, from year two onwards. Undergraduates get their fees paid by the NHS from 5th year onwards.
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Graduates on a graduate entry course get contribution to their fees, from the NHS, from year two onwards. Undergraduates get their fees paid by the NHS from 5th year onwards.
But only £3000 of the £9000 total, you still have to stump up the other £6000 (or take out loans)
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But only £3000 of the £9000 total, you still have to stump up the other £6000 (or take out loans)
Indeed. We still get student loads for the remainder, unlike the poor grads on the 5 year courses.
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Indeed. We still get student loads for the remainder, unlike the poor grads on the 5 year courses.
I see what you did there :teehee:
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And is this the same for all Dentistry students as well? Do Medicine students of both types of course (5 year and 6 year) pay only £4500 per year? I'm just curious to know as I have a friend who told me this.
No I pay nothing because the Scottish government pays for me


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I wish! Nope, £9000 for medics, unlike the nurses or paramedics who get their courses free.

The NHS does pay for your 5th year, and £9000 is still a small fraction of what it costs to train a doctor a year.
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No I pay nothing because the Scottish government pays for me
And I pay nothing because there are no tuition fees here. Jammy **** number 2 checking in.
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Smug Scottish ****s. At moments like these I like to reflect on the American system and the private medical schools that have commenced here. Ah that's better
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No I pay nothing because the Scottish government pays for me


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Wait a second? Medicine at Scottish universities is free of charge?! No tuition fees?!
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And I pay nothing because there are no tuition fees here. Jammy **** number 2 checking in.
What country are you from and is Medicine in your country free of charge so no tuition fees?
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Wait a second? Medicine at Scottish universities is free of charge?! No tuition fees?!
All undergraduate courses are free in Scotland.*


*NB: This only to residents of Scotland and EU countries other than the UK, people in the rest of UK have to pay whatever they would pay in their own state.
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What country are you from and is Medicine in your country free of charge so no tuition fees?
The UK and no.
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