The university has a selection of scholarships, bursaries and other financial support resources available to students to offer them the best chance of success during their studies. Scholarships are available in a range of criteria, with some helping to level the playing field for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, and others rewarding students with outstanding talent or academic ability.
Students can browse the full range of scholarships and bursaries on the university’s website, including learning about the specific qualifying criteria and how to apply.
Elite Sports Scholarships
The university offers a range of scholarships to support talented athletes, usually for individuals performing at national level.
The University Hardship Fund (UHF)
Students who are struggling financially can apply to this fund for some extra help. The amount of money offered to students through this fund will vary depending on the personal circumstances of the applicant.
While fees can vary depending on the type of course studied and a student’s personal circumstances, the normal fees that apply are £9,250 per year for undergraduate and foundation degrees for UK-based students, and £12,500 per year for non-UK students.
Foundation degrees with work-based routes cost a little less, at £6,000 per year for UK students (they are not available to international applicants).
Students in the UK are able to apply for financial help in the form of a tuition fee loan. This loan covers the entirety of the tuition fees, subject to eligibility, and is only repayable once the student has reached a minimum salary level.
Any students who want to avoid the loan route and wish to pay off their fees during their course are also able to arrange a payment plan so that they can pay instalments at various points throughout the academic year.
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