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Medical students report the effect of tuition fees

BMJ 2018; 361 doi: (Published 06 April 2018) Cite this as: BMJ 2018;361:k1575
  1. Samuel Chun, fourth year medical student1,
  2. Angelica Sharma, intercalating medical student2
  1. 1St George’s, University of London, London SW17 0RE
  2. 2King’s College, London, London SE1 9NH
  1. samchun5{at}

Gulland reports the effect of tuition fees on medical students.1

An English, Welsh, Scottish, and international student wait for their lecture. They pay respectively £9250, £3000, £0, and £30 000 a year in tuition fees. The lecture is cancelled because the clinician has been called away. Time is money, and we’re acutely aware of the cost of time. This sounds …

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