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Funding for postgraduate taught programmes

There are a number of funding options available to help with costs and support your postgraduate study. To apply for funding, you will need to hold an offer to study at Hull York Medical School.

Postgraduate study

Funding for postgraduate study

The following scholarships and bursaries apply to the following programmes:

Graduate Scholarship

We are pleased to offer a 10% reduction in tuition fees to University of Hull and University of York graduates joining one of our Postgraduate Taught Programmes for 2022 entry.

Find out more about the Graduate Scholarship.

Hull York Medical School Intercalated Student Bursaries

We are pleased to offer six Intercalated Student Bursaries to Hull York Medical School MB BS Medicine students to undertake an intercalated degree at the School in 2022.

In order to be eligible, applicants must fulfil the Medical School’s widening participation criteria and not be in receipt of any additional funding or support (with the exception of the Hull York Medical School Bursary).

The bursary is worth 50% of the tuition fee for the intercalated programme for 2022 entry, and will be offered as a cash award.

Find out more about the Hull York Medical School Intercalated Student Bursaries.

Hull York Medical School Postgraduate Taught International Scholarships

We are pleased to offer two Postgraduate Taught international Scholarships for 2022 entry. Each award offers a 5% tuition fee reduction in the total tuition fees for 2022 entry.

Find out more about the Hull York Medical School Postgraduate Taught International Scholarships.

Intercalated Student Bursaries

We are pleased to offer two Intercalated Student Bursaries to Medicine students from other UK Medical Schools who intercalate with us in 2022. In order to be eligible, applicants must fulfil the Medical School’s HYMS Bursary award criteria and not already be in receipt of additional funding or support to undertake an intercalated degree. The bursary is worth £2400 and will be offered as a cash award.

Find out more about the Intercalated Student Bursaries.

Postgraduate Taught Widening Access Scholarship

We are pleased to offer one widening access postgraduate taught scholarship per programme for 2022 entry to a UK applicant who meets our eligibility criteria, for the following programmes:

The value of the award is £1000, offered as a fee reduction.

Find out more about the Postgraduate Taught Widening Access Scholarship

Physician Associate

Funding for MSc in Physician Associate Studies

Health Education England funding

Health Education England (HEE) offers funding of £5,000 per student, to all students starting the MSc in Physician Associate Studies programme in September 2022.

This payment is paid as £2,500 per annum via Hull York Medical School. This funding is to support travel to clinical placements.

There is no need to apply for this scholarship, the payments is automatically applied.

Physician Associate Studentships

We are pleased to offer four Physician Associate Studentships for 2022 entry, awarded to those individuals who achieve the highest scores at interview for the MSc in Physician Associate Studies. Each studentship is worth £1000 and is offered as a tuition fee reduction of £500 per year of study.

There is no need to apply for this Studentship as it is awarded as part of the admissions process.

Graduate Scholarship

We are pleased to offer a 10% reduction in tuition fees to University of Hull and University of York graduates joining one of our Postgraduate Taught Programmes for 2022 entry.

Find out more about the Graduate Scholarship.

Health Professions Education

Funding for PGCert, PGDip and MSc Health Professions Education

Reduced tuition fees

We are delighted to support the professional development of the Hull York Medical School community – our staff, alumni and partners – by offering reduced tuition fees of up to 50% for our Health Professions Education programme.

Find out more about reduced tuition fees on the Health Professions Education programme page.

Yorkshire and Humber Deanery funding (Health Professions Education)

Our 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.

Loans

Government Master’s loan

If you're starting a Masters you may be entitled to a government-backed loan. Visit the Government website for details.

Our Universities

Other funding sources

Our parent universities also have details of further funding opportunities.

Please visit the University of Hull and the University of York websites for details.