This is a series of videos in which I talk about the funding available for graduates studying medicine the four year accelerated courses and the five year standard courses in the UK. This set of videos was published in June 2014 and the information is relating to 2014/15 academic year. The funding arrangements for future years may change, so please do your own research but you can use these videos as a guide to what is available!
In this video I talk about the maintenance funding (i.e. paying for your living costs) available for graduates starting the 4 year accelerated course (GEM courses)
I will also talk about alternative sources of funding including scholarships, personal development loans and part time work in subsequent videos.
Funding Grads on the 4 year course:
NHS Careers: http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/explore-by-career/doctors/training-to-become-a-doctor/undergraduate-medical-education/financial-support-for-students-on-degree-courses-in-medicine/
Nottingham University have some good information on their website which is applicable to most other 4 year courses in the UK http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/studentservices/financialsupport/studentfunding/fundingforgemstudents.aspx
BMA finance guide 2013 but may still be helpful. file:///C:/Users/Hollie/Downloads/NI%20MedStudent%20Finance%20Guide_2013_14.pdf
Graduate Medicine (UK) Finance and Funding Part 4 – Tuition fees on 5 year courses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reG8J94IUZc