Funding for English-domiciled students
The tables below provide a guide to the funding you may be eligible to apply for depending on your chosen course and year of entry.
Students undertaking an intercalating year at Imperial will be eligible for the funding outline of the cohort that they started at their home university.
Courses that started after 1 September 2012
A100 MBBS/BSc Medicine (six-year course)
Updated May 2020
|Type of funding||Year 1 to Year 4||Year 5||Year 6|
|Imperial Bursary (if applicable)||up to £5,000||-||-|
|Government maintenance grant||-||-||-|
|Government maintenance loan||£12,010||£3,354 (reduced rate)||Final year £2,568 (reduced rate)|
|Government tuition fee loan||£9,250||-||-|
|NHS funding for tuition fees||-||£9,250||£9,250|
|NHS non-means tested bursary||£1,000||£1,000|
|NHS means tested bursary||-||up to £5,567||up to £5,567|
A109 MBBS Graduate Entry
Updated May 2020
|Type of funding||Year 1 to Year 4||Year 5|
|Government maintenance loan||up to £12,010||Final year £2,568 (reduced rate)*|
|Government tuition fee loan||-||£5,535*|
|Self-funded for tuition fees||£9,250||-|
|NHS funding for tuition fees||-||£3,715*|
|NHS non-means tested grant||-||£1,000|
|NHS means tested bursary||-||up to £5,567*|
Figures are applicable for academic year 2020-21. Further information on NHS funding can be found on the NHS website.
Any students continuing on the A101 or A300 programmes with questions about their funding, should contact us in the Student Financial Support team.
Find out more
Return to the NHS funding page to find out more about how to apply and contact details for more information.