Find out how to apply for funding and the financial support we offer.
Funding guidance for EU students in the UK after Brexit
Following the UK’s departure from the EU, it has been confirmed that most EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals starting courses on or after 1 August 2021 will not be eligible for support from Student Finance England or Student Finance Wales.
You can find more information about this on GOV.UK.
The standard fee for international students is £12,750.
A small number of courses have different fees. Please visit our course pages to check the fees for your course.
Funding your studies
As an international student, there are a number of ways to fund your studies.
We have a range of scholarships for fee paying international students. These are for undergraduate, postgraduate and research students. Find out more on our Scholarships for international students page.
You can access federal loans, which are available for undergraduate and postgraduate students. More information on the US loan system can be found on our Loans for US students page.
Funding in your home country
We accept a variety of funding options such as the Norwegian state loans, German DAAD funding and government sponsored students from a range of countries.
The Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding Online
This can help find sources of funding for your studies. It contains over 100 links to possible sources as well as general guidance and tools to help you write a grant application. The Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding Online is free to use.
For further information speak to our funding advice team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1904 876 939.
Deposits and advance payments
Most international students need to pay a deposit. The amount is 50% of the first year's tuition fees. This amount will be shown on your unconditional offer e-mail. You need to pay the deposit before your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) can be given for your visa application.
No deposit is needed for sponsored students, students with US federal loans, and students with Norwegian State Loans. These students need to provide the following:
- Sponsored students must submit a sponsor letter to the university
- US students paying through the federal loans system must submit an official notification of the loan to our admissions team
- Norwegian students paying through the Norwegian state loans system must provide the preliminary statement of financial support to the admissions team.
Pre-sessional course students must pay the 50% deposit as well as 100% of the Pre-sessional fees.