As a student, you can apply for tuition and maintenance credits to pay the course fee and the cost of living. Depending on where you live in the UK, where you want to study and your personal circumstances, you may be eligible for scholarships and scholarships.
How much does university or college cost?
The maximum tuition fees that university-funded universities and university colleges can charge annually are £ 9,250. The amount they can ask you depends on where you live now and where you would like to study. If you live in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, your country's student finance office may cover some or all of the costs of your tuition fees.You can apply for a tuition fee loan
to cover the full cost of your undergraduate course in a publicly -funded institution.
Tuition fee loans go directly to your university or college and not to your bank account. You only start repaying these, along with any maintenance loans you have taken out, once you have completed your studies and started earning above a certain amount.
·want to study in a privately-funded university
·plan to be a part-time or postgraduate student
·Have received funding for previous undergraduate study you should contact your nation's student finance agency, as different funding rules may apply.
Post master's students
If you are planning to take a postgraduate master's degree and are 59 years or younger, you may be eligible for a loan of up to £ 10,609 to contribute to your cost and cost of living. You only pay back if you earn on the salary threshold, which is currently £ 21,000 per year.
You might be able to receive a tuition fee loan if your course has a 'course intensity' of 25% or more. The level of course intensity depends on how much of your course you complete each year compared to an equivalent full-time course. You have to check the course intensity with your university or college.
If eligible, part-time students can apply for:
a tuition fee loan of up to £6,935 per year
Disabled Student's Allowance, where applicable.