You may be able to claim between £100 and £3,000 to assist you with your studies if you meet all the following:
- you must be on a course leading to registration as a doctor or dentist
- you must be eligible for a full NHS Bursary (tuition fees, non-means tested grant, and any means-tested bursary)
- you must be in genuine hardship and unable to manage any shortfall between your income and expenditure
How to apply for the hardship grant
You should apply by email and provide:
- details and evidence of your daily income and expenses
- confirmation that you have applied for other available funding, such as student loans and university hardship funds
- confirmation from your university that they support your NHS Bursary Hardship Grant application
Evidence you can provide should include:
- bank statements for the last three months
- mortgage statement or tenancy agreement
- written confirmation from your university confirming you have made an application for their hardship fund (or similar).
Email your information firstname.lastname@example.org and use ‘NHS Medical and Dental Hardship application’ as your subject heading.
We will work out if there is a shortage between your income and expenses. If there is a shortfall, we will pay you based on this amount.
You will be contacted by email with the outcome within twenty working days from the date we receive your claim.