The following information is for 2013/14 UK and EU entrants, providing details of tuition fees and funding FAQs for undergraduate students on their first degree.
In addition, there is information on funding for certain professional courses, as they may attract government funding when undertaken as a second degree.
Whether you are a UK or EU or international student, your living expenses will include accommodation (unless you are a local student living rent-free at home), food, entertainment and books. You can get a good idea of the cost of accommodation from our accommodation website. Your other living expenses will depend on your way of life. Most students spend something in the region of £6,700 to £10,000 a year on their living expenses, including accommodation. The figures below (excluding the figure for private rentals) assume a 40 week tenancy and are based on 2012/13 figures.
If you have expensive hobbies or tastes, you will need to factor these into your budget. Here are some of the things you will also need to consider:
You should also think about travel expenses, particularly if you are planning to study a long distance from home, phone calls, birthday presents and any additional course costs.
Find out the latest details of Student finance available from the Government in 2013/14.
There are regular updates by Student Finance England on their Twitter and Facebook pages and on The Student Room website.
Further details about Government funding opportunities for undergraduates are available.
The University offers the following programmes which attract NHS funding depending upon the year of study.
Students starting the Veterinary Science course at the University in 2013 as their first degree can find out more about their funding entitlement via the webpage below.
The Veterinary Science course is one of the few courses which can attract government funding as a second degree. Further details about this are also provided on the weblink below:
However, if you have already achieved a postgraduate qualification, without holding an undergraduate qualification first, then you should contact the Student Funding office for advice on how your qualification will affect your entitlement to student financial support from the government.
Students starting the PGCE course at the University in 2013 can find out more about their funding entitlement and bursary support via our PGCE webpage.
Foundation Year in Arts and Humanities
Please click here for information on funding for the new Foundation Year in Arts and Humanities course starting in 2013/2014