Herts is committed to the belief that access to education be fair, and that any student with the desire to study at the university should have the financial support needed to complete their course in confidence and comfort.
The university awards a number of scholarships and bursaries, allocated on both need-based and merit-based criteria. Scholarships are available at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels and many financial opportunities are sponsored by the university.
Furthermore, there are a large number of schemes which are financed by Herts’ network of professional and commercial partners, including generous donations by private individuals and alumni, as well as Government funding schemes. There is also a large annual scholarship fund allocated for Overseas and European Union applicants.
Prospective students are encouraged to visit the university website for full information, and to check for eligibility and for any key dates or deadlines.
The University of Hertfordshire strives to ensure that tuition remains accessible to applicants from all economic backgrounds. Tuition fees vary on a course-by-course basis, and the costs for the 2021/22 academic year are set as:
Home (UK) Students per year: £9,250 per year of full-time undergraduate study
(Part-time students will pay £1,155 per 15 credits)
EU Students per year: £13,450 per year of full-time undergraduate study
Overseas Students per year: £13,450 per year of full-time undergraduate study
(£500 full payment discount available)
Further information can be found on the university’s website.
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