How to fund your studies
Explore how you can fund your undergraduate studies with us – from student loans to scholarships and bursaries
One of the biggest things you need to sort before you start a Bachelor’s degree or other undergraduate course is how you’ll fund your studies.
You need to make sure you have student finance in place to cover your tuition fees and other study costs. You’ll also need enough in the bank to cover accommodation and other living costs such as bills, food, laundry, travel and socialising.
Find out everything you need to know about paying for your undergraduate studies, from how much it costs to what student finance is available.
Tuition fees, living costs, and other study costs
Get the information you need with our handy guide on tuition fees and living costs.
Student loans guide
Everything you need to know about tuition fee and maintenance student loans. Find out how much you get, how to apply and if you're eligible.
Scholarships and bursaries
You may be able to partly or fully fund your study with a bursary or scholarship.
Financial support for students with dependants
If you have children or support a dependant adult, you could get extra financial support while you study with us. Find out more now.
Financial support for disabled students
If you have a disability, mental health issue or long term illness, you can apply for additional funding to cover the extra study costs you may have. Find out more now.
Support for care leavers
If you've spent time in care, find out what support and funding is available when you apply to university, and during your time in higher education.
Undergraduate student finance eligibility
There are many different factors used to see if you're eligible for undergraduate student finance. Find out more today.