Fees and Funding
The cost of higher education is made up of tuition fees and living costs which can be reduced through loans, grants, bursaries and scholarships.
Different fees and support arrangements apply according to whether a student is considered by the University as ‘home’ or ‘overseas’ for fees purposes.
We recognise that the cost of going to university will be a concern for both you and your son or daughter, particularly given the changes to the fees system recently introduced by the Government.
We have a strong record in providing targeted bursaries and we believe that fees must not be a disincentive for talented young people who want to apply to study for a degree.
In addition to the loans and grants available to students from the Government, we are introducing a range of financial support measures including fee waivers and bursaries targeted at eligible students living in low income households*. These measures are designed to help ensure that talent and potential are the only factors influencing attendance at the University and that no-one is disadvantaged by their personal circumstances.
For more information on student finance and our financial support package, please refer to the detailed student finance pages.
Student Advice is available to help with financial planning, making applications for finance and assisting those who find themselves in unexpected hardship. More information is available from firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01483 689261.
*Please note: Different fees and support arrangements apply according to whether a student is considered by the University as ‘home’ or ‘overseas’ for fees purposes.