The tuition fees for each academic year at the Kassel School of Medicine are currently €18,000 per year. In Great Britain study fees are standard. The charged fees fort he BM(EU) program are significant lower than those for international students at British universities.
BM(EU) students graduate after 5 years and so earn their first salary in the sixth year as part of the Foundation Programme and are no longer enrolled as students of a university during this time.
The Kassel School of Medicine is aware that not everyone can afford the tuition fees. Therefore, we endeavour to provide for all suitable and gifted students this opportunity to s study in Kassel and Southampton. So far, the following funding options exist for students of the Kassel School of Medicine:
Study loan from Sparkasse Kassel
A low interest study loan to finance the tuition fees of a total of € 90,000 in 5 years by Kassel is offered from Heilberufecenter of Kasseler Sparkasse. It also offers a comprehensive range of all financial services, the advisory centre offers care tailored precisely to the professional group throughout the medical sector. Specialist knowledge and quality are in demand here when it comes to solid financial planning and securing the future of your private assets. Hand in hand, the team of the Heilberufscenter takes care of your concerns and is available to advise you. Ms. Laura Hofeditz (laura.hofeditz(at)kasseler-sparkasse.de) is available as your first point of contact. Further information on the Heilberufecenter of Kassel Sparkasse can be found here.
The district Werra-Meissner-Kreis provides scholarships for the amount of tuition fees for the entire duration of the study. The scholarship holder is selected in cooperation with the Kassel School of Medicine and the scholarship providers after study offers and contracts have been sent. There is no legal right to a scholarship. For more information visit land-arzt-leben.de
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Please note: Student loans by Student Finance England are NOT an option: they are NOT granted to BM(EU) students. This depends on the programme, NOT on specific studying circumstances. The University of Southampton does not have any influence over this decision.
An international BAföG (proportional study fees, travel expenses, monthly need according to BAföG regulations) could be requested for starting the study program in Southampton before 31 December 2020. Due to Brexit study programs beginning after 31 December 2020 can not be funded anymore.