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Full-time students can take out a maintenance loan for living costs. The amount you're entitled to depends on a number of factors which include your household income, where you live and where you study. The maximum maintenance loan available to a student ordinarily living in England who begins studying in or after September 2017 is £8,430 a year - the government hasn't yet announced the maximum figure for 2018 entry. If you are a student applying from Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland you can find out more about your entitlements here:
This course does not attract any funding from the Student Loans Company as it doesn't meet their eligibility criteria. This means that you won't be able to obtain a tuition fee loan to cover the fees and should be prepared to self-fund this course.
If you are an eligible new student enrolling on a higher education programme and studying at least 30 credits a year, you can apply for a government loan. Government loans ensure that undergraduate education at Teesside University remains free at the point of entry and you only make repayments if you are earning over £25,000 a year. You start repaying four years after the start of your course, even if you are still studying.
Employers may be able to pay part or all of your fees up front if you ask them. You get to study for a qualification that will improve your ability to do your job and advance your career, and your employer benefits from a better-qualified, more productive and motivated employee.
You may also be eligible for other forms of support that don't have to be paid back.
Please contact Student Fees.
Please contact Student Finance.