Wesleyan supports some of societies most trusted professionals in achieving their financial goals. As a mutual society with no shareholders, our priority lies in helping the professions we serve.
We want to be there for you at every step of the journey as a doctor or dentist, so our Student Liaison Team, who represent Wesleyan Financial Services, are dedicated to providing you with information, products and services right from the very start.
Wesleyan's Income Protection is designed to protect you against the chance of an illness or injury that prevents you from doing your job or completing university. We provide Elective Travel Insurance, giving you the peace of mind that your health, journey and belongings are protected whilst you are on placement. Wesleyan Financial Services acts as a broker for elective travel insurance and will be provided by one or a number of insurers. We also facilitate your final year photograph and sponsorship for societies.
Borne from a tradition of giving back, and aligning with our values as a mutual society, we run an altruistic initiative called The Next Step that brings together events, workshops, online content and more. Experts at Wesleyan and doctors and dentists with first hand experience come together to provide you with the best tools and advice needed to make your transition into the workplace a little easier.
Did you know you can get income protection as a student and we will cover the cost on your behalf, meaning nothing for you to pay?We believe it's never too early to start planning and protecting your finances - in fact, the sooner the better. Because of our many years' experience protecting doctors and dentists, we know how important it is that you get some degree of cover as soon as possible. We recognise this need for cover at student stage and are the only UK financial company to offer this to students.We've specially designed our income protection, to fit around you as a student, your career, and your NHS benefits. The key point is that you need to ensure you take out your income protection cover as soon as you can, before you get started in your career. The NHS sick pay scheme is ok, but as we all know, the NHS is stretched, so they can only afford to help you in the short term. It is your responsibility to have your own cover in place to make sure that you're protected fully for the long term.For more information about your policy, download the relevant document below.
What is income protection?
- A plan that pays you a regular tax-free income if you can't work due to illness or injury
- Or, if you're a student and illness or injury means you are unable to continue with your studies and this is likely to lead to a delay in you qualifying, it can pay you a regular monthly income to help with your expenditure
- Benefits are payable for up to 2 years (or until you recover, if sooner)
Income Protection Plan for Student and Foundation Doctors
Key Features of Income Protection Plan for Medical & NQ Doctors
Key Features of Income Protection Plan for Dental and NQ Dentists
One of our most long-standing and popular traditions in the medical and dental schools across the UK, is that we arrange your final year photo, and each of you will get a free copy as a gift from us at the end of the year. Your final year photo will be organised by your student liaison manager.
Now you've probably got a lot of things on your to do list when planning an elective - sorting out your placement, making sure you have a passport, buying your plane tickets, booking your accommodation, packing your camera and the list goes on. But have you got elective travel insurance your checklist? Travelling abroad for your elective is most likely to be one of the highlights of your medical training. So you'll want to make sure you're prepared should anything unexpected happens. That's why elective travel insurance should be one of the first things you should get……even before booking your flight. What's coveredSpecial elective insurance features:
- Final exam re-sits - Cover for loss of travel and accommodation expenses if you need to cancel or cut your elective trip short and return to the UK to re-sit your exams during your elective or up to 28 days after your elective end date. Cancellation or curtailment cover up to £1,500- Needle-stick/sharp injury - Cover up to £10,000- Exposure to biological fluids - Cover for additional travel accommodation costs to receive treatment (cover up to £5,000) or courier costs to transport post exposure prophylactic agents, devices or measures to you (cover up to £1,000)
What's not covered
There are some areas which the travel policy cannot cover. Here are some of the things that are excluded:
- Travel to a destination which the Foreign & Commonwealth Office has advised against all or all but essential travel- Pregnancy within 12 weeks before and 12 weeks after the estimated date of delivery- Any trip that is undertaken for the purpose of obtaining medical treatment (whatever the nature of this treatment) or against the advice of a medically qualified doctor or after being given a terminal prognosis
Limits, exclusions and charges apply. Full terms and conditions of the policy and cover, including the policy benefits and exclusions, will be contained in the Policy Wording and Policy Summary. Risk must be acceptable at normal terms.This link can be found when you enter the online quote. You should read these thoroughly before proceeding.
Taking the next step from one life stage to another will have it's twists and turns. So, wouldn't a few pointers be great?Your luck's in! The Next Step gives medical and dental students advice and information to make the transition into the workplace a little easier.
Bourne from tradition of giving back and designed in collaboration with final year students, we developed The Next Step Live which tours Medical and Dental schools all over the UK throughout the year.
To support this, our content hub is full of blogs and articles written by junior doctors and dentists, to ensure you get the support you need as you move into foundation year.From video's, podcasts, competitions, events, news and more, make sure you follow us on our social channels to keep up to date.The Next Step's a big one - make it count!
Through university, graduation and transitioning into working life.
Financial advice is provided by Wesleyan Financial Services.
Putting down roots,becoming a home owner,becoming a parent.Your mortgage is secured on your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up your repayments.
Wesleyan Financial Services acts as a broker.Financial advice is provided by Wesleyan Financial Services.
Starting your own business,becoming a partner,buying a practice.
Wesleyan Bank acts both as a broker and a lender.
Saving for you and your family's future including planningretirement options.Most Buy to Let Mortgages are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Ensuring a comfortable retirementand that inheritance affairs are in order.Inheritance Tax Planning is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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