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Costs of Studying Medicine at Cambridge

Please note that every effort has been to ensure that the course costs given below for courses within the Medicine Tripos were accurate at the time of publication.

The University reserves the right to review and revise the costs without prior notification, and you are advised that their publication here serves only as an indicator of course costs for current and future years. The publication of this information does not form part of any contractual arrangement of costs associated with studying at the University.

The University prospectus gives helpful advice for all students about the costs of studying in Cambridge.

In addition to the standard living costs, students of Medicine or Veterinary Medicine should expect to have to meet the following costs:

Estimated additional course costs, 2019-20

Medicine (Pre-clinical years)

Lab coat £13.50
Provision of dissecting instruments, gloves, pens, safety goggles, hire and laundry of lab coat for 2 years for the FAB and HNA courses £20.00
University approved calculator ~£20.00

Preparing for Patients:
- maximum for travel in first year
- 2nd year College rent fees


- 3rd year travel up to


£25.00
~£130.00 but varies between college
£25.00
Safety glasses (for HOM and MIMS) £3.50- £7.50

 

Medicine (Clinical years)

Please see Clinical School website for details.