To support students financially during their time studying at London Met, a number of bursaries and scholarships are available that can provide students with grants or loans to ensure their focus is on their learning and not on how to afford their education.
Some of these scholarships are awarded to students from specific backgrounds, while others are merit-based, awarded to students who can demonstrate evidence of their drive to succeed and talent for their chosen course.
All scholarships and bursaries are available to browse on the London Met website which is also where students can begin their application. Students are advised to apply early as competition for funding is expected. The full information on requirements for each bursary or scholarship is also available, meaning students can quickly identify which are the most suitable options for them.
The tuition fees for UK and EU students on an undergraduate course at London Met are typical £9,250 per year although they can vary. The costs for international students is usually higher, with full information available on the London Met website.
In most cases, students are not expected to pay these fees upfront themselves. UK students can apply for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost, which becomes repayable only once the student has reached a certain salary threshold in future. International students have their own financial aid options and can also spread the cost of fees across the year if necessary.
The university has its own financial support team that is able to advise any students concerned about affording their education to ensure that they are not missing out on any funding options to help them.
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