The University of Bolton believes that access to education should be available to students from all economic backgrounds, and works hard to provide financial support options to those in need of assistance, and to ambitious students who wish to subsidise the cost of studying through their academic work.
The university offers a number of scholarships and bursaries to ensure that students do not have to worry about financial security while studying their degree course. These are awarded on both merit and needs-based criteria and prospective students are encouraged to visit the university website to check eligibility and to find out more about the range of financial support that Bolton has to offer.
There is some variation between course fee amounts, and prospective students can visit the university website to view up-to-date fee details on the full range of courses delivered by the University of Bolton.
For 2021/22 entry, the maximum government-approved undergraduate tuition fee for the UK is £9,250 per year.
Full information on international tuition fees can be found by visiting the university website.