If you’re planning to study an Allied Health course at university, financial support is available.
Eligible students on Allied Health profession courses in England can access funding from the NHS Learning Support Fund (NHS LSF) – and there’s no need to pay it back.
Students on the following Allied Health programmes are eligible for the NHS Learning Support Fund:
In addition to studying one of the above courses, you need to be at university in England. You also need to be eligible for tuition fees and maintenance support from the Student Loans Company, which includes certain residency criteria.
The NHS Learning Support Fund offers eligible students:
Funding is scheduled over the academic year and paid in three instalments.
If you’re starting your studies in the 2022 academic year, you can apply for the NHS LSF from 2nd May 2022.
In addition to the NHS Learning Support Fund, students on Allied Health courses are also able to take out student loans from the Student Loans Company.
Some universities offer scholarships and bursaries – so check with them directly to find out what’s available.
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