Home and EU students
The tuition fee for 2018/19 entry is £9,250 per year and the course is five years long.
Further increases within the government fee cap will apply in subsequent academic years.
International fees for the 2018/19 academic year are £33,000 per year, with annual increases capped at a maximum of 2%.
Paying tuition fees
If you wish to pay your tuition fees you will need to make tuition payments to the university you are allocated to. Tuition fees can be paid in full at the beginning of the academic year or in instalments.
How to pay fees to the University of Hull
How to pay fees to the University of York
Tuition Fee Loan
During the first four years of the course, students who have not already studied at degree level may receive a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance England. If you are from England or Wales, from your fifth year you’ll receive additional funding from the NHS.
If you’re from Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Guernsey, Jersey or Isle of Man you’ll need to apply to your own funding body for your student finance, and their arrangements may differ.
The Tuition Fee Loan is paid directly to the University on your behalf. It covers the cost of your tuition fees in full. You start paying this back after you have left university, and are earning over £25,000.
If you are from England or Wales, from the fifth year of your course you will be eligible for NHS funding providing you were living in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man for at least 3 years before the start of your course. NHS funding does not have to be repaid.
Please see the NHS Student Bursaries and Student Finance - NHS bursaries website for further information.
Maintenance Loan (UK students only)
The Maintenance Loan covers, or helps towards, your living costs. The amount you receive will depend on your residual household income. Like the Tuition Fee Loan, you will start paying this back after you have left university and are earning over £25,000.
Student Finance England have a calculator to help you determine how much Maintenance Loan you are eligible to receive.
Hull York Medical School Bursary
Students starting in 2018, including graduate entrants, registered either at the University of York or the University of Hull with a residual household income of £25,000 or less will receive the Hull York Medical School Bursary of £2,400 per year of study. This is awarded as an accommodation discount, or a cash sum if you are not in university managed accommodation.
Students receiving the bursary who are also eligible for the Realising Opportunities or Next Step York Progression bursaries will receive an additional £1,000, regardless of whether they register with the University of Hull or York.
You don’t need to apply for the bursary. When you complete your student finance application tick the box giving your permission to share your information with the university.
Please note that these bursaries are awarded by your university of registration, and not by Hull York Medical School itself. Students registered at the University of York should contact Student Financial Support at York for further information, or see the University of York bursaries and scholarships page.
Students registered at the University of Hull should contact the HE Student Finance Adviser or see the University of Hull money page.
Hull York Medical School International Scholarship
Each year we award one international scholarship based on academic merit and financial need.
The scholarship is worth one-quarter (25%) of the overseas tuition fee for each year of successful study during the first two years of the MBBS course.
You must hold an offer for academic study commencing in September 2018 to be eligible to apply.
Applications can be made via the University of York website.
Disabled Students’ Allowances
Students with a disability can apply for Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) to cover any additional costs incurred because of their disability.
Students with children
Students with children may be eligible for Parents' Learning Allowance and a Childcare Grant.
If you have already completed an undergraduate degree you won't be entitled to a Tuition Fee Loan, but may still be eligible for the Maintenance Loan and Hull York Medical School Bursary. Any previous study at degree level will impact the funding you can receive, even if you did not finish your degree. You will still receive NHS funding in your final year if you are eligible.