Financial Aid

Funding → Financial Aid

Financial Aid programs aim to help ease the financial burden of medical education both through direct financial aid from university as well as assistance in finding scholarships, grants, and loans to help cover tuition and other educational expenses.

Types of financial aid programs available for medical students in the University are:

  • Need-Based Grants are financial support to students who demonstrate financial need. These grants are awarded based on the student's financial circumstances, studied by the CFO of the university and they do not require repayment.

Total amount of need-based grants is reflected in annual budget of the university. Rules and procedures for awarding grants are published annually in the University Scholarship and Financial Aid Program.

  • University cooperates with banks and other financial institution to ensure availability of student loans for its students with lower interest rates and flexible repayment options, possible. CFO of the University helps students navigate the loan application process and understand their repayment options.
  • Work-Study Programs: Opportunities for medical students to work part-time on campus or in community service positions to earn money for educational expenses. Program availability, details and eligibility criteria are published every term.