The University of Chichester offers its students a great range of scholarships, bursaries and other awards that can cover part or all of the costs associated with studying. These opportunities may be directly through the university or enabled through the university’s many partnerships. Scholarships and bursaries do not need to be repaid and can range in value depending on the award type and issuing body.
The university maintains a dedicated Student Money Advice Service to help students in identifying and accessing scholarships and other financial award opportunities, alongside regular support on financial management and assistance.
As a centre of excellence for sport, the university also offers a Gifted Athlete Support Programme (GASP) for those students who compete nationally or internationally. This provides both scientific and financial support to athletes to balance their academic life with their sport.
At the University of Chichester, tuition fees are charged according to the type of course applied for and the origin of the applicant. As a result, fees vary for each applicant and prospective students should consult the relevant course page before making an application.
The university conducts an annual review of its tuition fees to ensure that the charges associated with studying at Chichester are aligned with future Government reviews of fee levels for university study. It is expected that tuition fees will rise annually in line with inflation as laid out by UK parliament.
The university is committed to delivering outstanding value for money to its students and seeks to deliver the best student experience for the lowest possible cost.
Students from the UK can typically expect to pay £9,250 per academic year.
International students can typically expect to pay from £13,000 per academic year.
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