The answer depends on the level of sponsorship that you receive.

As a general guide, if your total yearly income from sponsorship and employment, minus any allowable expenses from the students income and expenses section of your application, is less than the maximum bursary (including the tuition fee amount) then a bursary may be payable.

However, if the total income is more than the total allowances plus tuition fee contribution, no NHS Bursary support (including tuition fees if you are a medical or dental student) will be available.

You should apply in the normal manner, giving details of your sponsorship and any other income you will have and provide any evidence requested.

We cannot advise whether you would be eligible for any support until your application and full supporting evidence has been assessed.

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