Medicine fees 2019-2020
Tuition fees for undergraduate medicine in 2019-2020.
Changes to our degree
Tuition fees for Overseas/International students were restructured in 2017-2018. This happened due to the introduction of a fully-integrated six-year degree as well as an increase in National Health Service (NHS) teaching costs.
The new six-year degree includes the awards of:
- Bachelor of Medical Sciences (Honours)
NHS teaching costs
If you are an Overseas/International student studying at a Scottish medical school, you must make a contribution to the teaching costs of the NHS.
This is known as the ACT levy, and has applied since 2016-2017.
The University of Edinburgh subsidises this charge. The tuition fees published below are inclusive of the ACT levy cost.
Annual tuition fee increase
The tuition fees published below only apply if you are entering one of these years of study in 2019-2020.
Tuition fees increase every year in the majority of cases.
If you intend to study over additional years, you should take this annual tuition fee increase into consideration when you estimate your fees for a degree.
|Preclinical years 1, 2 and 3||£1,820||£9,250||£32,100|
|Clinical years 4, 5 and 6||£1,820||£9,250||£49,900|
|Direct entry to year 4||£1,820||£9,250||£49,900|
These fees apply if you are a continuing student studying the older five-year degree.
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Overseas/International - 2016 entry
|Clinical years 3, 4 and 5||£1,820||£9,000||£45,400||£47,200||£49,600|
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