We are delighted to support the professional development of the Hull York Medical School community. We offer reduced fees, which are are outlined below:
50% reduction in tuition fees
This is applicable to contracted or seconded members of Hull York Medical School staff with substantive teaching and leadership role in the delivery of our curricula (for example Problem Based Learning Tutors, Associate Directors of Clinical Studies, or Directors of Clinical Studies).
- Certificate: £1,610
- Diploma: £1,610
- Masters: £1,610
20% reduction in tuition fees
This is applicable to employees of our NHS partner organisations including our community of honorary clinical tutors in the NHS, and our MB BS Medicine alumni. Please see our partners web page for details of our partners.
- Certificate: £2,576
- Diploma: £2,576
- Masters: £2,576
The fees for part time study are for the current year only, fees for subsequent years are subject to confirmation.
The Certificate in Health Professions Education is recognised by the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery as an approved route for GPs who are interested in becoming a GP trainer. Funding is available for this programme through the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery, subject to availability. For those considering becoming a GP trainer, visit the Yorkshire and Humber Deanery website for further information about funding for the programme and the application process. Students on our programme often find funding from local healthcare organisations and training educator providers.
The University of York is pleased to offer a 10% fees discount for its graduates who study our MSc programme. The University of York assess whether you are eligible for the discount as part of your application to study. Please visit the University of York website for details.
The University of Hull is pleased to offer graduates progressing from undergraduate to postgraduate taught masters study a £1,000 studentship towards the cost of your tuition fees. If you wish to study the MSc in Health Professions Education, visit the University of Hull website for details.
Health Education England provide funding for the tuition fees for those who take academic posts in the Yorkshire and Humber Foundation School, East Yorkshire region.
Hull University Teaching Hospitals Trust provide clinical teaching fellow positions where each fellow will get the opportunity to complete a part-funded Postgraduate Certificate in Health Professions Education qualification.