The 2018/19 tuition fees for this course are:
£9,530 per annum
|£15,710 per annum
£9,530 per annum
£15,710 per annum
Students are required to pay a £250 non-refundable deposit when they accept a place on the course. The deposit is deducted from the first year tuition fee upon enrolment.
The University is able to offer eligible UK/EU students a limited number of competitive bursaries – further details of the bursaries are being finalised and full details, including how to apply will be available in the coming weeks.
Students may also be eligible for a government loan of up to £10,280 for postgraduate Masters study. You can find out more on our fees and funding web pages.
Additional course costs
Although we aim to minimise any additional costs to students over and above the course tuition fee, there will be some additional costs which students on courses are expected to meet.
In order to be registered on the managed voluntary register as a Physician Associate, you will need to pass the national qualifying exam after successfully completing the programme. The exam is administered by the Faculty of Physician Associates and is not included as part of the programme. To find out more about the exam including costs, visit www.fparcp.co.uk
Read further information about the general additional costs which apply to courses at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Course specific costs
All students will be expected to pay for travel expenses to attend GP placements.
Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) Advantage Package
Our aim is to ensure that there are no hidden initial costs when commencing your Health and Wellbeing course. Any additional costs should be kept to a minimum, therefore, we will be providing all our UK/EU Physician Associate Studies students commencing in September 2017 with extra funding support as part of your course fees.
The CCCU Advantage Package covers:
- Disclosure & Barring Service check costs
- Occupational Health costs, including immunisation
Overseas students will be responsible for the full cost of their Disclosure & Barring Service check and Occupational Health costs, including immunisation.