Student Life

Fees & Funding

Your higher education study is an investment in your future. Even though the costs of higher education can seem daunting, there are funding options available to you to take away the financial pressure of studying a higher education qualification.

Don't let the cost of funding your higher education journey put you off.

Our dedicated HE Admissions Team can help you with any questions you may have about fees and student finance.

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Covering your tuition fee

We've positioned our tuition fees competitively meaning you'll have less to pay back if you take out a student loan. Tuition fee loans are non-means tested.

Fees per course can vary, but you can expect to pay for full-time study:
£9000 p.a. for an accelerated degree
£8500 p.a. for a first degree or 'top up' (Level 6)
£7995 p.a. for a foundation degree
£6000 p.a. for a higher national

If you've taken out a UK government loan, you’ll start repaying your student loans from the April after you finish your course. If you applied through Student Finance England or Wales your repayments will start when your gross income (before tax and other deductions) is at least £27,295. You'll repay 9% of your income over £27,295. For example, if your income is £31,000 a year you’ll repay £333 a year (9% of £3,705) or £28 a month. These figures might be different if you live outside the UK.

Covering the cost of being a student
A government maintenance loan can help

A Maintenance Loan can help pay for things such as rent, food, books, travel, and other expenses. Any loan you borrow needs to be paid back, but not until you’ve finished or left your course, and your income is over the repayment threshold. Maintenance Loans are means tested.

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