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Document Where can I find information about the NHS Bursary if I am a prospective student?

A wide range of information is available on our website and Ask Us service. However, you may find the links below particularly useful if you are a prospective NHS Bursary student.


Will I be eligible for this funding?

The
Eligibility for NHS Bursary Funding section of Ask Us his contains information on the courses attracting NHS Bursary funding and individual eligibility criteria. Further information can also be found in the NHS Bursary Scheme rules available on our website.


What funding is available?

The
NHS Bursary Scheme rules on our website give information on what funding is available and what affect your own income, and a partner or parents income if applicable, will have on your award. The available funding section of Ask Us also contains the maximum rates available.


How and when should I apply?

The
application deadline section of our website will explain when to apply, how long the application process may take and more.

You need to apply via the
Bursary Online Support System (BOSS). The account you set up will be used to submit your application and track the progress of it.

The
Help and guidance section of our website has a step by step guide to help you complete your BOSS application.

The
Application Evidence section of Ask Us contains information on the evidence required once you have submitted your online application, as well as guidance on how to send your evidence.


How is the NHS Bursary paid?

The
When Payments are Made section of Ask Us contains information on how and when to expect the possible funding you apply for.

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