Fees & Funding
Full Time Student Funding 2013-14
Last year's changes to student finance affect all
undergraduate students from the UK and other EU countries who go to
university in England this year and in later years.
But don’t be put off! The system is designed so that
students from the UK and EU, studying full-time for their first
degree or other higher education course will not have to pay
anything while they study.
The most important things to remember are:
- Graduates will not make a contribution towards the repayment of
their tuition costs until they are earning at least £21,000.
- There will continue to be loans available for the graduate
contribution to cover tuition costs and for maintenance (living
- Additional non-repayable funding will also be available to
students from households with lower incomes in the form of a
- Part-time students will also be able to apply for support.
MoneySavingExpert.com have designed a handy student finance calculator to
enable you to change the variables such as tuition fee level,
maintenance loan level and likely starting salary, and get an idea
of what you'll pay back and for how long. Play about with
different amounts to see what happens...
More resources and helpful guides
Take a look at our other useful
information and presentations to help you find out all you need
to know about student finance.
Fees, waivers and
If you're still feeling confused...
We're always here to help! Just contact the Student Funding
T: 01904 876939