Students from England, Wales & Northern Ireland in 2011-2012 will pay a flat-rate tuition fee for each year of their programme.
The tuition fee level for session 2011-12 will be £1,820 and a fee of £2,895 for Medicine. Eligible full-time undergraduate students can apply to Student Finance England, Student Finance Wales, or Student Finance Northern Ireland (as appropriate) for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their tuition fees.
This means that you will not have to find the money before you start your course or while you are studying, and the fees will be paid directly to us on your behalf.
The Scottish Government's proposals on changing the way in which higher education tuition fees are applied to RUK students is only expected to apply to students who commence their programme of higher education in Scotland from the 2012-2013 academic session. It is also expected that students who have deferred before 31 July 2011 will not be expected to pay according to the new fee regime.
Students can apply to Student Finance England, Student Finance Wales or Student Finance Northern Ireland for student loans and a range of bursaries and grants.
Students will receive the same level of support that would apply if studying at a university or college elsewhere in the UK.
Students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland should apply to Student Finance in their home country for fee, grant and loan support:
You must apply to Student Finance England, Wales or Northern Ireland every year you are studying if you want help with paying your fees.
The Rest of UK (RUK) Bursary is offered to English, Welsh and Northern Irish undergraduate students who enter a Scottish university.
At the University of Edinburgh, if you are in receipt of the full Maintenance Grant you will receive a bursary. The value of the award in session 2011-2012 will be £329.
All eligible students will be contacted by Scholarships and Student Funding Services staff following the start of the 2011-2012 academic session.
This article was published on Sep 3, 2011