This page contains information about our tuition fees for 2015, together with the bursaries and funding options that are available.
The HYMS tuition fee is £9000 per year, and the course is five years long.
If you don't already have a degree, funding support for your first four years will be the same as for other undergraduate degrees.
Available Loans and Grants
Tuition fee Loan
If you have already completed an undergraduate degree before you come to HYMS, you won't be entitled to student finance support, but you may still be eligible for the HYMS bursary.
In the fifth year of your course, you will be eligible for an NHS bursary if you have been living in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man for 3 years up to the start of the academic year.
Please see the following websites for more information:
NHS Student Bursaries
Student Finance - NHS bursaries
This information is for international students from outside the EU.
International fees for the 2016/17 academic year are £28,000.
You can pay your fees in instalments, usually in October, January and April or they can be paid in full at the start of the academic year.
Please visit our International Students page for more information about studying at HYMS
Students with a residual household income of up to £25,000 will receive an Accommodation Bursary of £2,400 for each year of study. This is paid as a cash sum in all cases when the student is not in university accommodation.
Students intercalating in HYMS and undertaking undergraduate study will have access to the same financial support. HYMS entrants will also be eligible for the Realising Opportunities and Next Step York Progression bursaries regardless of whether they register with the University of Hull or York.
Please note the HYMS bursary for current medical students who started in 2014 or earlier is different.
You don't have to apply separately for the HYMS bursary. Instead, when you complete your Student Finance England form, please do not tick the box which allows you to opt out of sharing your financial information with us. This way, we will be able to identify whether you are eligible for the bursary automatically, and notify you promptly.
This also applies to graduate applicants. You should still apply for means-tested support from Student Finance England in the usual way, even though you would not normally expect to be eligible for it. This is so that we can assess your eligibility for the bursary along with other HYMS students.