If you are not able to travel to Birmingham, or even to the UK, or need to stay at home for health reasons; we will provide online study options to help you continue with your course until you are able to join us.
MBChB students are required to attend in person to achieve all the learning outcomes. Please contact us for discussion, advice, and adaptation of the timetable if possible (a leave of absence will be considered if necessary.)
You will have access to learning materials and be able to fully engage with tutors and other academic staff on an individual basis. You will also have access to our library, Learning Development Centre (which offers study skills support), as well as student and academic support facilities. As soon as you are able to join us we will work with you to arrange this.
EU applicants should note that following the government announcement, EU students will not be eligible for a Home Fee status from the academic 2021/2022 year (starting from 1st July 2021 onwards). This means they will not be eligible for student finance to cover their tuition fees and will not be paying home fees. The latest information relating to EU fees for 2021 can be found on the UCAS website. The University is currently reviewing EU fees in response to the government announcements and will publish EU fees for 2021 in due course. If you wish to register your interest in Aston University and be kept up to date with the most recent announcements, please review our course pages and leave your details at the bottom of the page of the course you are interested in.