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Award info

  • Award values:
  • Bursary :£1000 for 1 year

    Fees coverage : 100% coverage for 1 year

  • Award type:
    • Hardship/poverty scholarship
  • Award coverage:
  • Varies, Tuition fees
  • Award level:
  • Undergraduate
  • Subject area:
  • Medicine, Dentistry and Health
  • Number of awards:
  • All eligible students
Application info

  • Nationality:
  • All
  • Gender:
  • Both
  • Eligibility requirement:
  • National Health Service (NHS) courses are funded entirely differently to all other higher education courses. You can apply to the NHS for the following: NHS students don't have to pay fees - the NHS covers the cost of these fees; All eligible NHS students receive a non-repayable, non-means-tested grant of £1,000 a year; Eligible students can also apply for a means-tested non-repayable bursary. The amount you receive depends on household income, the length of your course and where you are living while studying - for example, living with your parents or living away from home.

Awards from this institution

Scholarships for Non-European Union Students
1500 The scholarship value is up to £1,500 a year. Scholarships are awarded as a fee reduction for every year of full-time study.
Vice-Chancellor's scholarship
You will receive £1,000 in your first year and £500 for each continuing year.
Teesside Kickstart award
500 The award covers £500 cash to support you in your first year. You could use it for travel, accommodation or other living expenses.
Teesside University International Scholarship
Varies per year for 1 year (renewable) The value of the Scholarship is either £1,000 or £1,500, based on your GPA or UKVI IELTS score. for 1 Years (renewable)
Teesside Excellence
1500 We have a limited number of £1,500 scholarships available if you achieve ABB in A levels, 128 UCAS tariff points or equivalent .
Marjorie Hearnshaw Scholarship eligibility
3000 You will receive £3,000 cash award in your first year, if you are a new entrant applying for a course where the normal fee is at least £7,450.