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    Embarking on a medical degree course involves careful financial planning, as you will need to take into account a variety of factors when assessing how to cover study and living costs. The following are the tuition and other fees for the academic year 2011-2012:
    Tuition and fees

    Annual tuition at the St George's programme in Nicosia is 25,000 for all students, whether local, EU, or international (non-EU). Your annual tuition includes registration, tuition, examination and graduation charges and is payable in respect of each year of your degree programme.
    In addition to tuition, the following fees also apply:

    Local/EU
    Euro
    International
    Euro
    Application fee (one-off/non refundable payment) 60 60
    Visa fee (one-off/non refundable payment) - 90
    Annual health insurance fee - 180
    Annual malpractice insurance fee 300 300
    International student guarantee (one-off/refundable payment)
    - 400
    Living costs

    These will, of course, depend on your lifestyle. But on average, staying in Nicosia for the whole year will cost a minimum of 9,000.

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    I was wondering what financial help is out there for students from the UK:
    -As a UK resident can I assume I would not eligible to apply for NHS financial support?
    -Again as a UK resident/ citizen could I qualify for government finance because SGUL-N is ab UK degree-awarding institution?
    -Would UK students be eligible for (DSAs)Allowances?
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    Hi Dream99,

    The NHS bursary scheme (that pays for years 2,3, and 4) is only applicable to those who are physically studying in the UK, therefore we are not eligible.
    I don't believe that we are entitled to government funding, unless you can find a grant for EU/International studies (i.e. from Marie Curie, or similar charity organisation)
    I'm not sure about the DSA allowance (you'd have to check this with admissions)

    However, SGUL does have a scholarship scheme which you may be eligible for. I believe it can cover up to 30% of your tuition fees. However, again, please double check this with the admissions team.

    Hope this helps


    Quote Originally Posted by Dream99 View Post
    I was wondering what financial help is out there for students from the UK:
    -As a UK resident can I assume I would not eligible to apply for NHS financial support?
    -Again as a UK resident/ citizen could I qualify for government finance because SGUL-N is ab UK degree-awarding institution?
    -Would UK students be eligible for (DSAs)Allowances?
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    Kai Chi Chan
    St Georges University of London at the University of Nicosia

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