Fees and funding
There are a variety of funding options for all levels of study, including loans, grants and scholarships.
City Emergency Covid 19 Fund
City understands the impact that the Coronavirus outbreak may be having on our students and have set up City Emergency Fund for students affected by the Coronavirus.
Tuition fees for undergraduate students from the United Kingdom and European Union are determined by the UK Government. For these students beginning their studies in 2019, the fee will be £9,250 for each year of study for the duration of studies. Fees for international (non-EU) students vary by programme and can be found on individual course pages.
The details of tuition fees for Postgraduate courses at City, University of London can be found on individual course pages.
Whether you're thinking of applying to City as an undergraduate or postgraduate, a student loan can be essential in helping to fund your university studies. A number of loan schemes are provided, by the UK Government and through other providers, to help finance your degree. All first degree UK and EU students, including part-time students, can take out a tuition fee loan through the Student Loans Company to help cover the cost of university tuition fees. Read more about undergraduate loan options.
A new loan of up to £10,609 is available from the Government for applicants to postgraduate master's degrees starting after 1st August 2018. The loan is non-means tested and can be used towards tuition fees, maintenance costs or a combination of both. Find out more about the loan options for postgraduate study.
Some postgraduate pre-registration healthcare courses are eligible for the same type of loan as undergraduate courses. Find out more about pre-registation loan options.
Scholarships and bursaries
Whether an undergraduate or postgraduate, study at City is an affordable option for students from wide-ranging backgrounds. A large variety of sources of funding are available in the form of studentships, scholarships, bursaries, grants and loans which can be found using our scholarships and bursaries finder.
In order to be considered for some bursaries, you may need to agree to share your financial information with City. This can be done by contacting the Consent to Share Helpline on 0845 603 4016 and agreeing to share your information over the telephone. Please note that your parents or sponsor will also have to contact the helpline. For more information, please email our Financial Support Team.
For students studying modular courses, tuition fees are payable in full prior to the commencement of the module.
Further funding options
You may be able to get financial support from other sources depending on your circumstances. City provides access to several other means of financial support, including hardship funds and disabled students' allowances. Find out what's available.
Manage your finances
The Financial Support team are based in our award-winning Student Centre and are available to help you with advice on managing your money and any other matter relating to student funding, including budgeting tips and useful tools. Read more about managing your finances while at City.
Additional financial support for healthcare students
The Government has announced that from September 2020 students studying undergraduate and postgraduate pre-registration nursing, midwifery and many allied health courses, including radiography and speech and language therapy, will receive a non-repayable and non-means tested (universal) grant of £5,000 a year.
The Government has also announced additional funding for specific courses or to help students with childcare costs. We will update our website once more details have been announced by the Government. Non-repayable grants of at least £5,000 - read the news article with link to our news story