Nursing, midwifery and allied health grants
Degree-level nursing, midwifery and many allied health students on courses from September 2020 will be eligible for a payment of at least £5,000 a year to help with living costs which they will not need to pay back.
Nursing, midwifery and many allied health students will be eligible for additional support of at least £5,000 to help with living costs from September 2020. The funding will be given to all new and continuing degree-level students.
The funding comes as part of the government’s pledge to increase nurse numbers by 50,000 over the next 5 years.
Students will receive at least £5,000 a year, with up to £3,000 further funding available for eligible students:
- £1,000 for specialist disciplines that struggle to recruit*
- £1,000 for childcare costs
- £1,000 in areas of the country which have seen a decrease in people accepted on some nursing, midwifery and allied health courses over the past year
The funding will not have to be repaid by recipients. Students will also be able to continue to access funding for tuition and maintenance loans from the Student Loans Company.
|Course title||Entry requirements|
|MSc(Hons) Nursing (Mental Health)||A first degree at Honours level, normally, in a related discipline. GCSE mathematics and English at grade C or above (or equivalent).|
|MSc(Hons) Nursing (Learning Disabilities)||A first degree at Honours level, normally, in a related discipline. GCSE mathematics and English at grade C or above (or equivalent).|