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NHS Funding Open Day Talk 2013

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by Gareth Davies on 1 April 2014

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Transcript of NHS Funding Open Day Talk 2013

Currently
previous study at university does
NOT
affect eligibility for funding for
NHS funded courses
UK National with 3 years residence in the UK immediately prior to the course
This support
is non income assessed
NHS Salary Grade 5 £21,176 p.a.
(2011 rates)
NHS Grant
Funding towards living costs
NHS Bursary
NOT based on income
Tuition Fees
are £9,000 per year.

Paid by the NHS regardless of family income
Tuition Fees
Students who qualify
for
NHS funding
Funding for students with children
To help with extra costs of studying
related to a disability or dyslexia.

I.T. Equipment
1 to 1 study skills support
Learning materials
Photocopying & books
Other support e.g. note taking, travel
Funding for learning support
Parental income is NOT
assessed
If you have supported yourself financially
for an aggregate of 3 years prior to the start
of the course
If you
have care of
a child or
children
If your parents cannot be traced OR you are estranged from your parents
If you
have been married
or entered into a
Civil Partnership
Student Loan
Allowances for living costs
Allowance for
child care fees
Up to 85%
of registered
child care costs
covered
These allowances are income assessed
Up to £2,522 p.a.
Students
from Wales
Up to £2,324 p.a.
Students
from England
student support centre
canolfan cymorth i fyfywyr

www.cardiff.ac.uk
studentsupportcentre@cardiff.ac.uk
(029) 2074 2070 (Heath Campus) OR (029) 2087 4844 (Park Place)

NHS Funding
NHS Wales
Student Awards Unit
Wherever you are from in the UK
Student Loan
(Wales) www.studentfinancewales.co.uk/
(England) www.studentfinance.direc.gov.uk/
(N.Ireland) www.studentfinanceni.co.uk/
(Scotland) ww.saas.gov.uk/
Based on where you were normally living prior to the course
Where
to apply
for
funding
Extra Costs?
Council tax
Exemption
OR 25% discount

Benefits & Tax Credits
Students with children
Students with a partner/spouse
Disabled students
One or two bedroom private rented property in Cardiff between £450 and £690 per month
Shared private rented student house
Average £285 per month plus bills
Other University Residences
From £242 to £422 per month
Allensbank House
(Nearest to Heath Hospital site)
Average Rent £430 per month
Single students in shared accommodation.
Where will my money go?
Accommodation costs
Interest at rate of inflation plus 3% is applied while studying.

After graduation interest is at rate of inflation plus up to 3% depending on income
Repaying the Student Loan
Student discount offers -
e.g. railcard, books, shops etc

Student account interest free overdraft

Educational Trust Funds

Additional funding options -
check Student Support Centre
web pages
Other financial support
How do students manage?
Part-time work?
Vacation work?
Live at home while studying?
Support from family?
Placement costs?
Running a car?
You usually
get less NHS Bursary & Loan
if you live in your parents
home while studying
Travel to university -
average £750 p.a.

Car Parking -
average £280 p.a.

Childcare -
average £750 p.a.
Normally fees support only but you may qualify for full funding if resident in the UK for 3 years
You must have a NHS funded place
(Non UK)
EU Students
Students from
the Channel Islands
and
the Isle of Man
Maximum
for
1 child
£3,580 p.a.
Maximum
for
2 children
£4,119 p.a.
Maximum
for
3 children
£4,658 p.a.
'Student Loan repayment calculator'
Search the following web sites -

Student Finance England
Student Finance Wales
Student Finance N Ireland
Student Awards Agency Scotland
NHS Funded courses at Cardiff University
Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy,
Radiography
and
Dental Therapy & Hygiene
Funded via 'Student Finance' for Years 1 to 4
and
NHS funded
from the 5th Year
Nursing
& Midwifery
Funded
via 'Student Finance'
and
NOT via the NHS
ODP students usually get a NHS Trust trainee salary
in lieu of NHS funding
Operating
Department practice
Medicine & Dentistry
Pharmacy & Optometry
Welcome
to the
NHS Funding talk
The NHS Bursary
is reduced if income
is over
£24,279 p.a.
What
difference
does income make?
NOT based on income
2
No difference to the NHS Grant
or
Student Loan
Income
of £30,000
What we mean
The fees are for teaching and academic/clinical placement support
Tuition Fees
Based on income
Income of a step parent OR partner
What we mean
Where parents are separated only the income of the parent the student lives with is taken into account
Income of both parents
Single student
budget
How far
will the
funding go?
Other University Residences
Rent from
£242 to £422 per month
Liberty Living
Average rent is £430 per month
Accommodation
costs
1 or 2 Bedroomed
private rented place
in Cardiff -
average rent from
£450 to £690 per month
Shared private rented Student House
Average rent is £285 per month + bills
Halls
Food
Toiletries & Laundry
Books, copying,printing
Travel
Phone,T.V.,Insurance
Clothes
Social & leisure

TOTAL PER MONTH

£382
£143
£ 22
£ 38
£ 39
£ 37
£ 33
£130

£824

Income of a spouse OR partner
Based on income
1
For
Accommodation, food,bills, clothes
travel, leisure, laundry,
books etc

Income
of £45,000
Income
of £55,000
Income
of £24,279
What
difference
does income make?
Nursing & Midwifery
Bursary = £3,575 per year
Bursary = £2,928 per year
Bursary = £1,349 per year
Bursary = £297 per year
Income
of £30,000
Income
of £45,000
Income
of £55,000
Income
of £24,279
What
difference
does income make?
Bursary = £2,591 per year
Bursary = £1,944
per year
Bursary = £365 per year
Bursary = £0
per year
Other healthcare courses
3
In shared student accommodation
Shortfall
in funding from £213 to £547
per month
£1,000
No difference
to the NHS Grant
or
Student Loan
No difference
to the NHS Grant
or
Student Loan
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