Student finance

It's not cheap being a student – and studying medicine at any university comes with additional costs. Some are due to the nature of the programme, while others are dependent on the options you choose while studying.

Below is some information on typical costs and how they might be funded, put together in consultation with our current medical students based on their experiences.

While this is not a definitive guide, it should offer a clearer expectation of additional and optional costs associated with studying medicine. You should visit the main University website for up-to-date information on tuition fees and financial support.

Almost all Manchester medicine graduates are employed six months after graduating, so it will be worth it in the long run.