Loans and bursaries are available to support your university tuition fees and living costs. You will not have to repay your loan until you are earning over £21,000 a year.

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Fees

You will find course fees included on the summary page of each course. You will not usually need to pay the course fee up front as non means tested tuition fee loans are available from Student Finance England. A number of our courses are supported by NHS Student Bursaries which cover the full or partial costs of tuition fees as a grant regardless of household income.

All students are advised to check their eligibility for financial support with their funding provider.

Financial support quick facts

To cover the costs of studying, if you are usually resident in England and studying for your first degree can apply for:

  • a tuition fee loan to cover the full cost of your tuition fees
  • a maintenance loan to help with the cost of living (a higher rate is available to students in receipt of certain benefits)
  • extra help if you have a disability or children or adult dependants you need to financially support while you study

If you are undertaking an NHS-funded undergraduate degree can apply for a reduced rate maintenance loan from Student Finance England.

You will not have to pay back your student loans until you complete your course and start earning £21,000 or more per year. Repayment is based on what you earn, not what you owe, and all outstanding debt will normally be written off after 30 years.

You do not have to pay back grants, scholarships or bursaries.


Last Updated: Thursday, 08 October 2015 16:19

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