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This page contains a list of the funding available to students undertaking intercalated BSc degrees. Visit their websites for more information about eligibility criteria and how to apply.
The Association of Clinical Pathologists Student Research Fund: awards up to £5,000 for undergraduates undertaking research in laboratory medicine.
British Association of Dermatologists Intercalated Degree Grant: up to £3,000 available for students with an intercalated degree involving a project related to dermatology and/or skin biology.
The British Division of the International Academy of Pathology: grants up to £15,000 to support medical undergraduates undertaking a BSc, MSc or equivalent in Pathology.
Guts UK Charity—Dr Falk Awards: awards that recognise achievements of those who bring new insight into gastroenterology and hepatology.
Institute of Medical Ethics: scholarships up to £2,000 to support students looking to undertake an intercalated degree in Medical Ethics.
The Pathological Society: an annual sum to support undergraduate students looking to undertake an intercalated degree (either BSc or MRes/MSc).
Royal College of Surgeons: grants for undergraduate students looking to undertake an intercalated bachelor of a science degree related to surgey.
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