Undergraduate fees and student finance
A quick note about A level cancellations and what it means for you
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, A levels in 2020 have been cancelled, but please don't worry. We're not going anywhere and you'll still be getting your A level and other exam results in the summer.
Right now, we're working with everyone involved – including UCAS, exam boards and the Government – to figure out how the admissions process will work for students who want to start in autumn 2020.
We'll work out a solution and once the situation becomes clearer, we'll be as excited as ever to welcome you to the University.
So for now, all you need to focus on is keeping up your hand hygiene and staying safe.
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.