ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF FUNDING

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Home and EU undergraduates (non medicine and dentistry)

As a home or EU undergraduate, there are various other sources of funding that you might be eligible for in addition to the loans and / or grants you may be getting from Student Finance and any QMUL bursaries you might be entitled to.  

The Advice and Counselling Service publishes an Advice Guide called 'Additional Sources of Funding for Home and EU undergraduates'. 

Additional Sources of Funding

In this advice guide you will find information about:

  • University Financial Assistance Funds at QMUL
  • Emergency and Short term loans from QMUL
  • Student bank accounts - using a free overdraft facility
  • Earnings - how to make the most of part time and vacation work
  • Welfare benefits and Tax Credits
  • Professional and Career Development Loans - bank loans for certain vocational or work related training
  • Other Loans
  • Trusts and Charities
  • Discounts and reductions

Home and EU medical and dental students: 5 year programme and 4 year GEP

There are various other sources of funding that you might be eligible for in addition to the loans and / or grants you may be getting from Student Finance or the NHS and any QM bursaries you might be entitled to.  

The Advice and Counselling Service publishes an Advice Guide called 'Funding for Medical and Dental Students'. 

Funding for Medical and Dental Students
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

In this advice guide you will find information about:

  • University Financial Assistance Funds at QM
  • Emergency and Short term loans from QM
  • Dean's Benevolence Fund - hardship funds at the School of Medicine and Dentistry
  • BMA Charities - awards for students studying the 5 year course as a second degree
  • Trusts and Charities for medical and dental students
  • Royal Medical Benevolence Fund - hardship fund for medical students
  • Transition to FY1 / DF1 loan - funds to help you manage the financial transition between the end of your student funding and your first NSH salary payment
  • Intercalated degree bursaries
  • Elective funding
  • Prizes and Academic activity funding
  • Student Bank accounts - using a free overdraft facility
  • Earnings - how to make the most of part time and vacation work
  • Welfare Benefits and Tax Credits
  • Professional and Career Development Loans - bank loans for certain vocational or work related training
  • Trusts and Charities
  • Discounts and reductions

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