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    Hi,
    I really want to study medicine and my back up plan is do to a degree is medical sciences.
    I was wondering would I have to pay any of my tuition fees or am I still entitled to an undergraduate student loan?
    Any help would be appreciated


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    Hi there.

    So long as you don't have any other previous study or qualifications then the tuition fees will be covered for you.

    Thanks.
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    Does that include graduate entry for medicine?


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    Hi there.

    Graduate entry medicine will mean you have studied before.

    For the first year you will have to fund £3465 towards your fees and we will fund the rest as well as a full maintenance loan.

    For the remainder of the course, we will split the cost of fees with the NHS and you will be entitled to NHS funding and a reduced loan from us.

    Thanks.
 
 
 
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