Most UK or EU students living in England are eligible for a government-backed student loan that covers the full cost of their course tuition fees.
Student loans are one of the cheapest and safest ways to fund undergraduate studies; the advantage over normal borrowing is that you aren’t required to start repaying the loan until the April four years after the start of your course or the April after you leave your course – whichever comes first.
You’ll also only start making repayments if your income is more than £21,000 a year and any outstanding balance will be written off after 30 years. If your circumstances change and your annual income drops below £21,000, your repayments will stop.
If you are not eligible for a tuition fee loan, or you decide to fund your course yourself, we offer a simple monthly payment plan to enable you to spread the cost of your tuition over the duration of your studies. A 10% discount is available for up front payment of each undergraduate level. Read more about our discounts and scholarships.
Postgraduate students are not currently eligible for a government-backed student loan; however, our affordable monthly payment plan allows you to spread the cost of your tuition over the duration of your course. A 10% discount is available for up front payment of each 60-credit postgraduate block.
Our courses are flexible enough to allow you to continue to work alongside your studies.