Eligibility questionnaire

Based on the answers you have provided, unfortunately you are not eligible for help at this time.

However you may be eligible to apply for a grant of up to £750 if you are studying at a UK medical school, paying fees of less than £9,250 and in immediate financial hardship. If this is the case please email info@bmacharities.org.uk

Below is a list of alternative funding sources for graduate medical students:

The Foulkes Foundation

Grants for post-doctoral scientists taking medicine, PhD or equivalent, with intention to contribute to medical research.

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Professionals Aid Guild

Grants of up to £500

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Sidney Perry Foundation

Only helps with second degrees where first degree was at least a 2:1. No help in first year. Grants up to £1,000; students must be under 35 years old at the start of the course.

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Sir Richard Stapley Educational Trust

Grants up to £1,000; students must be over the age of 24.

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ScotsCare

Grants for students who are first or second generation Scots who have been living in the London area for at least two years prior to the beginning of their courses.

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NHS Bursaries

All medical students domiciled in England, Scotland or Wales should be eligible for statutory funding (which includes the means-tested bursary) in their fifth and, if required, sixth years.

NHS bursary for students

There is a means-tested NHS Bursary for students living in England. Medical students on the graduate four-year accelerated courses will be eligible to apply for NHS bursaries for years 2, 3 and 4. Information can be obtained from the NHS Student Bursaries Unit. Tel: 0300 330 1345

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Students domiciled in Wales and Scotland should contact the appropriate national authority for the country where they live about available bursaries:

NHS Wales Student Awards Unit

Tel: 029 2090 5380

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Student Awards Agency for Scotland

Tel: 0300 555 0505

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We are not aware of an equivalent bursary scheme operating in Northern Ireland.

See also:

www.scholarship-search.org.uk

https://rmbf.org/medical-students/

http://www.researchprofessional.com

You may find that there are small charities local to your home address which might help. References books listing these should be available in your nearest public library.

Requests for FUNDING FOR MEDICAL ELECTIVES to:

The Gilchrist Educational Trust
Tel: 01743 383047
www.gilchristgrants.org.uk

Beit Trust Medical Elective Bursaries
www.medschools.ac.uk/Students/electives/Pages/Beit-Trust-Medical-Elective-Bursaries.aspx

Royal Society of Medicine

https://www.rsm.ac.uk/prizes-a...