Government support towards tuition fees and living costs*
To make sure everything runs smoothly, we advise that you apply for funding before you enrol on your course. You don’t need a confirmed place at university to apply for your funding; you can use your preferred choice of course when you apply and then update these details later if needed.
If you are a UK student enrolling on your first full-time undergraduate or PGCE course you may be eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan from Student Finance England (or regional funding body) to cover your tuition fees (please be aware that if you’ve studied a Higher Education course before this may impact on your entitlement to funding please see section below). In addition to tuition fee support, you may also be eligible to apply for a maintenance loan to help with your living costs. You can make an application for student loans and grants through the Student Finance apply online page. For further information, please see SFE’s Quick start finance guide.
Tuition fee loans will be paid directly to the university, while maintenance loans are paid to you in three instalments, over the year The amount of maintenance loan you receive will depend on getbadcreditloan.com/payday-loans-ok/walters/ your household income and also where you are living and studying. For more details, please see the Student finance calculator.
If you are a UK student studying on a part-time basis, you may be eligible to receive the tuition fee loan, as well as a maintenance loan (depending on factors such as course intensity, and household income assessment)
Additional support for allied health professional courses*
From onwards, students enrolled on Nursing, Midwifery, and allied health professional courses may be eligible for additional funding support from the NHS Learning Support Fund (LSF). This includes a non-repayable training grant of ?5,000 per academic year, parental support of ?2,000 a year as well as support towards Travel and Dual Accommodation Expenses. For those students who are experiencing financial hardship there is also the Exceptional Support Fund (eligibility criteria apply).
Funding for students from the EU*
EU students enrolling on their first undergraduate or PGCE course in may be eligible to apply for a Tuition fee loan from Student Finance Services.
If you are from the EU, you may be eligible to receive help towards your living costs such as a Maintenance loan if you meet certain eligibility criteria, please see Student Finance for EU students for further details. Further information and guidance is also available on the UCAS website. Finance for full-time EU students including eligibility, how to apply and how student finance is paid.
If you or someone in your family on whom you rely financially is working and is expected to continue working while you are studying, you ily member of a migrant worker for the purposes of student funding.
You are not usually expected to repay loans for tuition fees and maintenance until the April after you have left your course and you have an income of ?27,295 or more per year. Repayments will be made at a rate of 9% of any income over this threshold. If the income drops below this threshold, repayments will stop, but interest may still accrue on the balance.
If there is any loan balance left thirty years after you were due to start making repayments, this will be written off.
Previous higher education study
If you have previously studied a higher education course, in the UK or overseas, this may affect your entitlement to receive financial support towards your new course, regardless of whether you obtained a qualification. We advise you to contact your regional funding body or contact the Financial Guidance Team for guidance before enrolling on a new course.