Fifty new scholarships will be created at Coventry University in Stephen Sutton's name to train people in how to treat teenagers with cancer.
More than £1million of the £5million Stephen raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust is being spent on the scheme at Coventry University.
Stephen Sutton always hoped he would go to University to study medicine and before he was diagnosed with incurable bowel cancer, Stephen had interviews at Cambridge and Leicester.
Maria Cable from Coventry University said the postgraduate courses would be up and running from next year.
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