Fees and Financial Support – University Programmes
You can see the full cost of our Higher Education courses in the tables below, though you could benefit from a range of funding options to support you.
|TUITION FEES 2018/19||UK & EU STUDENTS||UK & EU STUDENTS||INTERNATIONAL |
|BA (Hons) Degree||Full Time||Part Time||Full Time|
|Social Work||Level 4||£9,000||£6,750||–|
|Applied Social Science||Level 4||£9,000||–||£14,850|
|Community Development & Youth Work||Level 4||£9,000||£6,750||–|
Tuition fee loans for UK and EU full-time students
You can apply for a government loan through Student Finance England to cover your tuition fees and will only have to pay it back once you are earning £25,000 a year.
Maintenance Loans for living costs
You can also apply for a maintenance loan to help pay for your living costs, if you are a full-time UK student with a household income below £25,000 or you are from a family with an income above £25,000. Contact Student Finance England to find out more.
If you are a postgraduate student, you would be responsible for the payment of tuition fees. However, you can get funding through loans, studentships, bursaries and grants. You might also get help from your employer.
Professional and Career Development Loans
You can get help paying for your course with a Professional and Career Development Loans. There are loans that help with your career or help get you into work.
Whatever your situation, there may be a grant or loan to help fund your learning. Visit the Money Saving Expert for more information.
A Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) bursary is available to eligible students in their second year of study.
International students are responsible for the payment of tuition fees and all maintenance costs.
Trade Union scholarships
You may be able to apply for a trade union scholarship if eligible.
Payment of fees
To find out more about the payment of tuition fees, including methods of payment, please see our Tuition Fees Policy.
Talk to us
If you have any questions or concerns about fees and funding, please contact us. You can email our Student Money Adviser at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01865 759600.
For information on our further education courses, take a look at our Fees and Financial Support for Adult Courses.