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Document When should I reapply for the NHS Bursary if I am a continuing student?

We refer to you as a continuing student if you have previously been in receipt of an NHS Bursary for your current course and you are reapplying for a subsequent year.

If you are a continuing student, you will be sent an email advising when to reapply for your next academic year and the date the email is sent depends on when your academic year starts.

You can check our website which shows when you should submit your application and all requested supporting evidence by to meet your application window deadline.

If you meet your application window deadline you will have your bursary payments in place for the start of your new academic year, if not before, which means you will receive a continuing bursary payment each month. Remember, we cannot begin to assess your entitlement until we have received all of your supporting evidence.

If you miss the deadline, your payments will be delayed. Any back payments you are due will be made to you on the next available payment run after your application has been approved. In all cases, we must receive your bursary application, which includes all supporting evidence, within the first nine months of your academic year (six months for any academic year starting prior to 1 September 2017).


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