At 6med, we're committed to helping widen access to Medicine. We're cognizant of the fact that by providing admissions-related services to paying customers, we may be contributing to the problem, which is why our Bursaries programme is at the forefront of everything we do.

Our Bursaries system operates on a "pay what you can" basis. If we approve your bursary application, you'll be able to visit the Account page and upgrade your account with any or all of the packages we offer. The amount you pay is entirely down to you - if you want, you can get all of the upgrades totally free of charge, and we're perfectly happy for you to do this. If however, you can afford to pay a few pounds and think the resources you're getting are worth it, then please pay what you can :)

Apply for a Bursary

We've got an unlimited number of bursaries available for anyone and everyone who needs them. To apply, please send an email to bursaries@6med.co.uk with answers to the following questions. Your application will be judged almost entirely on the effort you put into it, so please answer with proper English and full sentences.

Important: Please put 'BMAT Ninja Bursary' as the subject of your email. If you don't, it won't be picked up by our systems.

  1. What is your name, which school do you go to, and what is your academic record to date (GCSE results for the majority of applicants)?
  2. Which universities will you be applying to, and for what subject?
  3. Why would this bursary benefit you?
  4. Are you in receipt of an EMA, a school bursary or some other Government support? If so, please provide documentation/information supporting this. If not, please explain your circumstances in any other way you like.

If you can provide us with a letter of recommendation from your school, that would be very ideal, but we won’t insist on it. We do try and accommodate as many (legitimate) requests for financial support as we possibly can, and if you’d like to talk to us about this (or anything else) in more detail, feel free to email us or give us a ring.