It is important that you are able to finance your undergraduate or
postgraduate studies, so we aim to provide you with comprehensive
information to ensure you make the right decisions and find out about any
Undergraduate students starting in 2013
With higher undergraduate tuition fees for home and EU students from
2012, the main source of funding will be government loans, as well as
University bursaries and funds.
While international students may be eligible for some scholarships, as
well as additional funding from charities and trusts, it is imperative that
you do not travel to the UK or begin your studies without ensuring you have
enough money to cover all fees and living expenses. It is virtually
impossible to make arrangements for financial support once you have left
your home country, while the immigration authorities are unlikely to allow
you UK entry unless you have evidence that you can cover the costs of your
Undergraduate students starting in or before 2012
As a postgraduate, you need to think carefully about how you will fund
your studies. The following pages provide information on the tuition
fees for your chosen course or research degree, plus supporting information
about the scholarships and other funding streams that may be relevant.
Funding for this level of study is highly competitive, so it is important
that you fully research the options available to you. It is important that
you do not begin postgraduate study without ensuring you have enough money
to cover all your academic fees and living expenses.
The links on these pages will help you and you can also contact any of
our departments or our graduate admissions team for advice. You should also
look at the
National Postgraduate Committee's funding guide for further guidance.