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Previous Study

Important note for students already in possession of a degree: The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) state that both new and existing undergraduate students who have previously completed an honours degree at either a UK or an overseas institution will be ineligible for the following:

  • Student Loan for Fees;
  • Maintenance Grant;
  • Student Loan for Maintenance (unless you are undertaking a course leading to a professional qualification in medicine, dentistry, nursing, midwifery or dietetics, or are in receipt of a means-tested NHS Bursary).

Course Exceptions

Students undertaking any of the courses below will be eligible for help with tuition fees as laid out in the tables:

Students on 4 year Graduate/Professional Entry Medical/Dental Programmes

Year of study Tuition FeeNHS Funding Maximum Fee Loan  Student Liability
 1  £9,250  nil £5,785  £3,465
 2 - 4  £9,250*   £3,465

£5,785**

nil

 * tuition fees will be reviewed each year in line with inflationary increases.

** please note that existing students who started in 2016 or earlier will be liable for £9,000 fees not £9,250.

Graduate Students on standard 5/6 year Medical/Dental programmes

Graduate students entering the above degree programmes, will not be eligible for any help with tuition fees until their fifth year of study. This means that they must be self-funding for the first 4 years of their degree programme. From the fifth year of study onwards, the NHS will cover fees up to £3,465, and students will be eligible to apply for a student loan for fees to meet the remaining fee.

Year of StudyTuition FeeNHS FundingMaximum Fee Loan Student Liability
 1 - 4  £9,250*  nil  nil  £9,250*
 5 +  £9,250*  £3,465  £5,785**  nil

* tuition fees will be reviewed each year in line with inflationary increases.

** please note that existing students who started in 2016 or earlier will be liable for £9,000 fees not £9,250.

 

PGCE students

Students studying to be teachers are exempt from the previous study rules and will remain entitled to the full package of support for their new course.


Where can I find further information?

Please contact the Student Funding Office here at King's or one of our Student Advisers for help with any aspect of applying for support.

You can visit the GOV.UK website for updates on student support arrangements in 2018-19 or the NUS webapages.

 

Disclaimer

The College has tried to give students an early opportunity to begin their research of student funding. Although every effort has been made to ensure that information provided is both helpful to prospective candidates and accurate at the time of its publication, it is possible that some information may be outdated or superseded before the start of the 2018-19 academic year.

2019-20


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