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Fees and finance

Deciding to go to university is a big step, it also means it’s time to learn about your financial responsibilities and commitments. That's why it's important to understand your course fees and any non-standard and additional expenses that you may need to plan for. Using the information on this page you can start your studies with confidence.

Standard tuition fee information

The information below is a general guide to our standard course fees. We also have a range of non-standard fee courses so it is important to check individual course pages.

Understanding credits on part-time courses

Courses are made up of 20 credit modules. Here are some examples of the number of 20 credit modules that need to be completed to achieve an award:

Additional costs

As part of your course, there may be additional costs to consider that are not included in your tuition fees. Most of these will be optional, but a small number of courses have essential additional costs.

Find out about additional costs

Funding and loans

Undergraduate student loans

All UK full-time students can apply for a loan to cover their tuition fees. You need to apply via Student Finance England and if you and the course you are studying are eligible then the University is paid direct by student finance. The tuition fees that you see advertised are usually paid initially by the Government through the tuition fee loan, so you or your parents don’t have to save up beforehand.

Postgraduate taught student loans

If you’re thinking of studying a master’s degree, you could be eligible for a loan from the Government to help you study. You may also be eligible for a discount on the full fee, depending on where you’ve studied at undergraduate level.

If you’re thinking about a master’s degree, you could get over £12,000. Find out more on the Student Finance England website.

Postgraduate research student funding

To find out more about funding, including doctoral degree funding plus additional fees associated with your research programme visit our postgraduate research fees pages

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Advice for part time students from Student Finance England

Student living costs

Considering university and concerned about finances? We're the most affordable uni in the country according to The Times (2023). Discover how to manage your finances and explore the support available.

Visit our cost of living support hub

Extra financial support

Once you’ve started studying with us you might find yourself in need of a little extra help and support. Our team in the Student Support Team are here to help, they can tell you about any additional funding you may be eligible for. Plus they can put you in contact with support from your Students' Union who can help on a wide range of financial issues.

Contact us

If you’re still in need of some advice and guidance you can email our Student Fees and Funding Team. Alternatively, if you are on campus you can call into see the Student Support Team on the lower ground floor of the Student Centre.

Bursaries, scholarships and funds

We offer a range of support funds, bursaries, scholarships and discounts to our students depending on your eligibility. Find out everything you need to know and apply today.

Find out more