We have funding options available at most levels of study. In this section you can find out about loans, grants and scholarships and discover ways to earn while you learn.
Fees and loans
If you are from the UK, in the academic year 2021/22 your undergraduate tuition fees will be determined by the UK Government. If you are from the EU or overseas, your tuition fees will depend on your programme of study. Details are provided on individual course pages.
Loan schemes can help to finance your degree. You can take out a tuition fee loan through the Student Loans Company when studying your first degree, if you meet eligibility criteria.
Eligible postgraduates can also access government loans. Up to £11,222 is available for master’s degrees. PhD students can apply for doctoral loans of up to £26,445 over three years.
Scholarships, bursaries and other funding options
You can use our scholarships and bursaries finder to search for studentships, scholarships, bursaries, grants and loans.
Further financial support can be accessed, depending on your circumstances. We provide extra aid through hardship funds.
Students with a diagnosed mental health or physical health disability, visual impairment, autistic spectrum diagnosis (ASD) or specific learning difference (dyslexia, dyspraxia or ADHD)(SpLD) identification may also be eligible to apply for disabled students allowance via Student Finance England (sfE).
Further information can be obtained from our specialist student support teams.
A non-repayable and non-means tested government grant of up to £8,000 per year is available for undergraduates and postgraduates in nursing, midwifery and other health courses.