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Document Would you fund an intercalation year for Medical / Dental students?

Undergraduate Medical or Dental students

If you are intercalating to undertake a course at Bachelors or Masters level (but not a PhD), you may be eligible for NHS Bursary funding from your 5th year of study onwards, regardless of when your intercalation year occurs.

Examples

Year 1 medical course SLC funding
Year 2 medical course SLC funding
Year 3 medical course SLC funding
Year 4 medical course SLC funding
Year 5 intercalating NHS funding
Year 6 medical course NHS funding


Year 1 medical course SLC funding
Year 2 medical course SLC funding
Year 3 intercalating SLC funding
Year 4 medical course SLC  funding
Year 5 medical course NHS funding
Year 6 medical course NHS funding


Graduate entry  Medical or Dental students

You may be eligible for NHS Bursary funding from your second year of study onwards, regardless of when your intercalation year occurs.

Example

Year 1 medical course SLC funding
Year 2 medical course NHS funding
Year 3 medical course NHS funding
Year 4 intercalating NHS funding
Year 5 medical course NHS funding


If you intercalate to undertake a 2 or 3 year course at PhD level, you will not be eligible for NHS Bursary support during this period, however you may be eligible for NHS funding for more than one period of intercalation.
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