Fees, funding and money matters

Financial guidance during COVID-19

We’ve put together some useful information if you are being financially impacted by COVID-19.

Fees

Fee status enquiries

Our Admissions teams will assess your fee status. We are here to help should you have any enquiries about this.

Undergraduate fees for current students

Fees and fee rules for current year students, including those continuing on a course of study in a subsequent year.

Masters fees for current students

Fees and fee rules for current year students, including those continuing on a course of study in a subsequent year.

Research fees for current students

Fees and fee rules for current year students, including those continuing on a course of study in a subsequent year.

How to pay your fees

Find out how to pay your fees online or by bank transfer.

University financial support

Undergraduate scholarships and funding

We offer a wide range of scholarships and bursaries to make funding your studies easier.

Masters scholarships and funding

We offer scholarships, bursaries and loyalty discounts to make funding your studies easier.

Postgraduate research scholarships and funding

We offer a wide range of funding opportunities for research students.

Hardship Fund

Find out about the student Hardship Fund and how it could help you financially.

Late funding loan (Home UK students only)

Late Funding Loans are available to undergraduate and postgraduate students who are eligible and have applied for funding from Student Finance or the NHS, but have not yet received any payments.

Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) Laptop Contribution Fund

The University offers a £200 contribution towards the cost of laptops for students whose disability means that they need one for study and who are from a low household income.

Care leaver and estranged bursary

If you're a new or continuing undergraduate or postgraduate student who was in UK local authority care prior to starting your course, or are estranged from your parents, you could be eligible for a bursary of up to £1,000.

Refugee bursary

If you're a student with UK refugee status, or a dependant of UK refugees, you may be eligible for a bursary of up to £1,000 if you are studying full time or up to £500 if you are studying part time.

Loans

US Direct Loans

If you're from the United States you may be eligible for a federal direct loan from the US Department of Education. Loans are available for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Managing your money

Budgeting and working while studying

Find out about managing your money and working while studying.

Cost of living

Beyond the academic fees you’ll pay for your programme, the other main costs are living expenses.

Managing debt

Find out how you can best manage financial debt.

Giving money to charity

Explore how you can donate your small change to charity

Your finances after University

Find out about repaying your loans, starting work, bank accounts and more.

Events

National Money Events

Check out the money events that we’re planning for the coming year.

Benefits and council tax

Claiming benefits

Find out about claiming benefits while studying.

Council Tax

Find out if you are exempt from paying council tax and how to apply for a council tax discount or exemption.

Scholarship and bursary terms and conditions from previous years

Undergraduate scholarship terms and conditions

An archive of prior year scholarship terms and conditions for reference by current undergraduate students.

Masters scholarship terms and conditions

An archive of prior year scholarship terms and conditions for reference by current postgraduate students.

Research scholarship terms and conditions

An archive of prior year scholarship terms and conditions for reference by current research degree students.