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Do you get full funding for second degree in medicine e.g Medicine with Foundation Year ( 6 years course )
https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/course/me...undation-year/

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Hi

Do you get full funding for second degree in medicine e.g Medicine with Foundation Year ( 6 years course )
https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/course/me...undation-year/

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Hello,

Is the medicine course undergraduate or graduate entry?

In addition, in order to confirm your eligibility and funding, please confirm:
1. Which university and course you are looking to commence your studies with
2. How old are you
3. Your current status and residency within the UK
4. Any previous study and qualifications you may hold

Thanks, Lynsey.
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Hi

Do you get full funding for second degree in medicine e.g Medicine with Foundation Year ( 6 years course )
https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/course/me...undation-year/

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https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/course/me...iteria-section

Under the "Example Offers" section:

We will not accept applications from graduates for the foundation year.
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https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/course/me...iteria-section

Under the "Example Offers" section:

We will not accept applications from graduates for the foundation year.
great find, thanks.
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Hello,

Is the medicine course undergraduate or graduate entry? undergraduate with foundation year

In addition, in order to confirm your eligibility and funding, please confirm:
1. Which university and course you are looking to commence your studies with edgehill university , link to course attached in 1st post
2. How old are you 30+ mature student
3. Your current status and residency within the UK- indefinite leave to remain
4. Any previous study and qualifications you may hold- studying Bachelors 3 years hons degree, starting year 3 in Sep 2022

Thanks, Lynsey.

Is the medicine course undergraduate or graduate entry? undergraduate with foundation year

In addition, in order to confirm your eligibility and funding, please confirm:
1. Which university and course you are looking to commence your studies with edgehill university , link to course attached in 1st post
2. How old are you 30+ mature student
3. Your current status and residency within the UK- indefinite leave to remain
4. Any previous study and qualifications you may hold- studying Bachelors 3 years hons degree, starting year 3 in Sep 2022

thanks
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Is the medicine course undergraduate or graduate entry? undergraduate with foundation year

In addition, in order to confirm your eligibility and funding, please confirm:
1. Which university and course you are looking to commence your studies with edgehill university , link to course attached in 1st post
2. How old are you 30+ mature student
3. Your current status and residency within the UK- indefinite leave to remain
4. Any previous study and qualifications you may hold- studying Bachelors 3 years hons degree, starting year 3 in Sep 2022

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Hello,

Medicine is deemed an exception course. Students that hold an Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) are entitled to maintenance loan only for the first 4 years of the course. In the 5th year and any subsequent years of their course students are entitled to an income-assessed NHS bursary and, therefore, we award them the reduced rate of maintenance loan only.
Intercalation years and Foundation years do count towards your 4 years of study. Therefore in your 5th year of study (4th year of medicine course) you'll be entitled to NHS funding and Reduced Rate Maintenance Loan only from SFE,

Do you hold ILR or EU Settled status? When was this granted?

Thanks, Lynsey.
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Hello,

Medicine is deemed an exception course. Students that hold an Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) are entitled to maintenance loan only for the first 4 years of the course. In the 5th year and any subsequent years of their course students are entitled to an income-assessed NHS bursary and, therefore, we award them the reduced rate of maintenance loan only.
Intercalation years and Foundation years do count towards your 4 years of study. Therefore in your 5th year of study (4th year of medicine course) you'll be entitled to NHS funding and Reduced Rate Maintenance Loan only from SFE,

Do you hold ILR or EU Settled status? When was this granted?

Thanks, Lynsey.
maintenance loan only? sorry bit confused, are the tution fees also covered by SFE in addition to maintenence loan?
so will I get full funding by SFE for Foundation year in medicine+4 years of medicine? and last year to be funded by NHS?

as is Medicine with Foundation Year MBChB UCAS code: A110 https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/course/me...undation-year/

Do you hold ILR or EU Settled status? When was this granted? Indefinite Leave to Remain granted in 2018

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maintenance loan only? sorry bit confused, are the tution fees also covered by SFE in addition to maintenence loan?
so will I get full funding by SFE for Foundation year in medicine+4 years of medicine? and last year to be funded by NHS?

as is Medicine with Foundation Year MBChB UCAS code: A110 https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/course/me...undation-year/

Do you hold ILR or EU Settled status? When was this granted? Indefinite Leave to Remain granted in 2018

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Hello,

The foundation year is classed as part of the 4 years. That's correct, you will only be eligible to Maintenance Loan in years 1-4, then any subsequent years will be a reduced rate Maintenance Loan as you're entitled to the NHS Bursary. You would need to fund the Tuition Fees yourself.

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Hello,

The foundation year is classed as part of the 4 years. That's correct, you will only be eligible to Maintenance Loan in years 1-4, then any subsequent years will be a reduced rate Maintenance Loan as you're entitled to the NHS Bursary. You would need to fund the Tuition Fees yourself.

Thanks, Lynsey.
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You're more than welcome 😊

Thanks, Lynsey.
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