If you already have a degree, then your eligibility to receive funding for another undergraduate degree will be different. Details on this eligibility are below.

Years 1 - 4: Tuition

  • Tuition fees £9,250
  • As a second-degree medical student, you will not be able to receive a tuition fee loan from Student Finance nor claim help with these expenses from the NHS during the first four years of this course. You will be expected to fund your tuition fees yourself and the full amount will be due on 31st January each year.

Years 1 - 4: Living costs

  • You will be able to receive a Student Loan for Maintenance for the first four years of your course.
  • If you have dependants or need help to attend university because of a physical or learning disability, then Student Finance can assess you for extra help, known as Targeted Support. For more information on these funds, please visit the government's webpages.

Year 5 onwards

  • Tuition fees will be £9,250
  • Fees will be paid in full by the NHS
  • NHS Bursary for living costs, 100% means tested
  • NHS Grant, non-means tested - £1,000
  • If you have dependants or need help to attend university because of a physical or learning disability, then Student Finance can assess you for extra help, known as Targeted Support. For more information on these funds, please visit the government's webpages.
  • Reduced Rate Student Loan for Maintenance from Student Finance
  • You can find more information about funding from the NHS on their webpages.

​​​​​​​Funding from King's

King’s also offers a wide range of scholarships and bursaries, including our King's Living Bursary, which are published and regularly updated on our Fees and Funding webpages.