Increase in fees for international students that are applying to medical schools? Watch

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Afaik, it's a consultation document. It's not actually in place.

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So the actual one does have a quota?
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So the actual one does have a quote?
There is currently a quota in place.
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There is currently a quota in place.
Yeah, so there will still be a quota then. Thank you
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They claim about £110,000.

https://assets.publishing.service.go...sion_rev_A.pdf
That's a lot :eek: :eek2: :eek3:
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That's a lot :eek: :eek2: :eek3:
If we assume 33 weeks per year (which is generous when you remember things like holidays, elective and exam periods) it works out as £220 per day per student, or £1100 per day per group of 5 on a ward.

Let think about that. Remember its only what's run by the NHS so excludes everything that's run by the med school. So excludes all med school admin, excludes all exams, excludes all welfare support. Its Purely for allowing students to follow on ward and clinic duties and the maybe 1 hour per week of dedicated teaching that gets organised for them (maybe you do more but that's your choice and doesn't affect income!)

£1,100 per day.
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If we assume 33 weeks per year (which is generous when you remember things like holidays, elective and exam periods) it works out as £220 per day per student, or £1100 per day per group of 5 on a ward.

Let think about that. Remember its only what's run by the NHS so excludes everything that's run by the med school. So excludes all med school admin, excludes all exams, excludes all welfare support. Its Purely for allowing students to follow on ward and clinic duties and the maybe 1 hour per week of dedicated teaching that gets organised for them (maybe you do more but that's your choice and doesn't affect income!)

£1,100 per day.
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There is a flaw in assuming that NHS is subsidising for clinical placements. Arent the hospitals there for patients and treating patients. Furthermore, with input from medical schools medical treatment is being improved. Its a win-win situation for both parties.
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I thought med students helped on the ward with taking blood and things - shouldn't they be paid?! Aren't they of some value?
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Edinburgh has published their 2019 fees: £32,100 for year 1-3 and £49,900 for year 4-6. Expect clinical fees to be equally steep elsewhere.
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Many of the England colleges have published fee now. Has not increased significantly. Increased onlu 2-3k£ p. a
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Wooow I can’t believe they’re actually rising them that’s so sad I applied last year but couldn’t go because the fees were already too high :/ but you work hard and focus on getting accepted, do your best and keep looking for scholarships and other fundings maybe you’ll get lucky! Where are you from?
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Many of the England colleges have published fee now. Has not increased significantly. Increased onlu 2-3k£ p. a
Hey may I know which unis?
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Hey may I know which unis?
St. Georges, Leicester, Liverpool, NewCastle
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St. Georges, Leicester, Liverpool, NewCastle
Ohh yep i saw. Glad they didn't increase it by too much. These universities have fixed fee guarantee or no?
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No fee published yet from UCL, KCL or Bristol I
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No fee published yet from UCL, KCL or Bristol I
I had emailed UCL and they said the fees are definitely going to be increased due to this.
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Scholarships are few and far between. Especially for international students
Yes Ikr i didn’t find one either , but perhaps she or he can find funding from foreign institutions
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Hey guys I talked a Leicester med admissions person, and she said that the fees will almost definitely increase in 2020 because the government simply postponed the changes for another year. ( most likely keeping brexit in mind)
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Hey guys I talked a Leicester med admissions person, and she said that the fees will almost definitely increase in 2020 because the government simply postponed the changes for another year. ( most likely keeping brexit in mind)
Is it true that the government had postponed it for another year? Because Cambridge had increased their fees...
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Is it true that the government had postponed it for another year? Because Cambridge had increased their fees...
Well according to the Leicester's admissions team the fees only increased slightly because they have yet to put the changes into place
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