In this section you will find three separate Bursary Calculators which are designed to assist you as follows:
• Personal Eligibility Calculator – This is to help you determine if you will be eligible for an NHS student bursary.
• Student Status Calculator – This is to help you determine if you will be classed as dependent (on your parents) or independent (on your spouse, partner or civil partner, if applicable) when calculating your entitlement to a basic award.
• Award Estimate Calculator – This is to help you obtain an estimate of your potential Basic Award, Extra Weeks, Dependants' Allowance and Parent Learning Allowance entitlement for the 2014/2015 academic year.
• Case Studies – These show the amount of NHS Bursary entitlement which is awarded in different scenerios.
Please note that any information/advice produced by any of these calculators will depend entirely on the figures you put into them, so you must be careful about accuracy if you are to get meaningful results.
Please ensure you do not use any commas when entering your figures as this will result in inaccurate estimates being produced e.g. you should enter £30,000 as 30000.
Remember, the precise amount of bursary that is payable to you can only be worked out when you make an application and send us all of your supporting evidence which will then be formally assessed by NHS Student Bursaries.
NHS Student Bursaries cannot accept any responsibility for the loss of any type, however suffered, by students who have relied on current rules and allowances in altering their circumstances (including but not limited to financial circumstances), whether for the current academic year, academic year to begin or indeed for any subsequent academic years.
Please click the name of the calculators above to take you to the relevant calculator you wish to use.
Once you have used the relevant calculators, if you wish to proceed with making a bursary application, please create a BOSS account by clicking on the link below.
My BOSS Account