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Hi, I'm planning on intercalating in psychology between 3rd and 4th year for 2016/17 and have a couple of questions:

- When I'm filling in my course details what do I put for the course name? 4th year Medicine, 3rd year psychology or something else?

- Will student finance definitely cover my intercalation tuition fees and the tuition fees for the rest of the course as well? I don't want to end up having to pay £9000 upfront at some stage down the line!

Thank you!
- I didn't fill in student finance because my intercalation was a masters, so not sure of the format of this sorry!

- Yes. It's the same way that people on 6-year courses (compulsory intercalation) get all of their tuition fees paid. Your 5th and 6th years are paid by the NHS though, not student finance, but you do get them paid for.
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