There are two main costs associated with studying for a university-level qualification – tuition fees and living costs. You can choose to pay your costs yourself or you can apply to see if you are eligible for a tuition fee loan and a maintenance loan. Most students who apply for student loans do not need to pay anything upfront for their course. However, you need to repay your loans when you have left the course and start earning over £27,295 a year.
To find the current tuition fee for each of our courses, click the link below.
To find out about the financial help available, click the link below.
If you were to leave your programme of study before it is complete, you could still be responsible for some/all of the annual tuition fees. You can see a breakdown of this below.
|Students who withdraw or intermit before 27 September 2021||0% of annual tuition fees payable|
|Students who withdraw or intermit on or after 27 September 2021 and before or on 5 January 2022||25% of annual tuition fees payable|
|Students who withdraw or intermit on or after 6 January 2022 and before or on 25 April 2022||50% of annual tuition fees payable|
|Students who withdraw on or after 26 April 2022||100% of annual tuition fees payable|