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Science Degrees (Students And Grants)

Volume 927: debated on Wednesday 2 March 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how many undergraduates there are at Scottish universities studying for an interrelated science degree; and what is the total amount of money made available to them in grants over the seven years required to obtain such a degree.

83 medical students are studying for an intercalated science degree at Scottish universities. At current rates of grant and fees, the average student grant over the seven years required to do a medical degree and an intercalated science degree would be about £6,000.