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nhs paying tuition fees....

Discussion in 'Money & Finances' started by Lauren22, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. Lauren22

    Lauren22 Guest

    hi everyone.
    i'm joining the confused club.... i know that you get your registration number and then you fill in a form for the bursary, but does that form also get you the funding for the tuition fees? or is that automatic? in other words, do i have to apply for the nhs to pay my tuition fees?
    Thanks :)
     
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  2. TracyB

    TracyB Active Member

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    Well you put in the household income, whoever provides, owns the roof over you head etc... and there is a limit I think its £50,000 ish then someone has to contribute slightly otherwise all fees are paid, its part of the bursary, there are generally no fees to pay x
     
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  3. TracyB

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    Gosh does that make sense? I've just re-read it and I'm not sure if it would to me. There are no fees though (unless somebody/parent/hubby etc... earn over £50,000) it all depends on circumstances and housing bills children etc.. etc.. as to how much actual bursary you may get x
     
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  4. ukcyberchick

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    I think what TraceyB is trying to say is... complete the bursary forms and the tuition fees are taken care of unless ur expected to contribute due to high incomes....... there are no separate forms to complete.....
     
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  5. Sarahbs

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    Well I have had my tuition fees paid for but no bursary. Has anyone had to pay for tuition fees surely they tell you before you start the course....
     
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