Undergrad or postgrad, let’s make sure you know all the options when it comes to financing your studies with us.

Student loans

For a start, most UK and EU students living in England are eligible for a government-backed student loan.

Undergraduates, this covers the full cost of your tuition fees and will be paid directly to us, while postgraduates can choose how much they borrow and receive the loan themselves.

Student loan aren’t scary loans – it’s one of the cheapest and safest forms of funding.

Loan repayments are deferred for roughly four years after you start your course (or a year after you leave your course, whichever comes first). You only make repayments if you’re earning more than £25,000 a year (for undergraduates) or £21,000 (for postgraduates) and they stop if you drop below these limits. Finally, any balance you haven’t paid off after 30 years is written off. For more details just head over to our Student Loans page.

Usure if you are eligible? You can take our short quiz to find out.


Not eligible for a student loan, or perhaps you want to self-fund? You can spread the cost of your course over the duration of your studying with our super simple monthly fee.

Or if you’ve got the funds to pay for each level in a lump sum, we’ll offer you a 10% discount on your fee.

We’ve also got a lot of scholarships and other discounts available, depending on your course and level, so don’t forget to check if you’re eligible for any of these.