Students with Children or Dependents
Students may be eligible for extra financial support if they have a child, or if they are supporting a dependent adult.
Students with Disabilities
Students with disabilities may be able to gain financial help through Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA).
Up to £720 is obtainable for students studying a higher education degree whose household income is less than £25,000. All other students studying full time will be able to receive up to £320 towards learning materials. Those studying on a part-time basis will be able to receive up to £225.
The Technical Bursary is a £1,000 bursary that is given to students on any of the level 4 and 5 University level STEM courses at the University Centre Truro & Penwith.
For more information on the scholarships and bursaries, head to the University Centre website.
The University Centre Truro & Penwith aims to offer truly outstanding courses and educational outcomes for its students and seeks to offer great value for money.
The University Centre is constantly seeking new ways to offer students more for their money and minimise costs to students wherever possible. As a result, learning at the University Centre Truro & Penwith is a great decision for students, both academically and financially.
Studying at an undergraduate level at the University Centre involves a set fee for tuition costs, which can vary according to the type of study being pursued and the student’s country of origin. Students should be aware of the extra expenses involved in studying at the University Centre which include regular living costs and accommodation costs.
Fees for students in 2022-23 are:
*excluding FdSc Nursing Associate
University Centre Truro & Penwith are currently not accepting applications from international students.
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