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When thinking about going to university you will have two key costs to consider. Firstly, the cost of tuition fees for your chosen course of study and secondly, the living costs you will need to budget for. For each of these costs, financial support is available from Student Finance England (SFE) for every eligible student to access.
Full-time students can also apply for financial support for help with their living costs such as food, travel and accommodation. This support is in the form of a repayable maintenance loan. The amount of maintenance loan you can get depends on where you live, where you study and your household income.
If you are a student applying from Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland you can find out more about your entitlements here:
Eligible part-time students can apply to Student Finance England (SFE) for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their course and a maintenance loan to help towards their living costs.
Students can apply for a tuition fee loan of up to £6,935 each year of their course. A tuition fee loan is available for all eligible students to cover this cost and is paid to your university by SFE on your behalf. Tuition fee loans are not income assessed so anyone who meets the eligibility criteria will be able to take out a loan each year to cover the cost of their fees.
The tuition fee loan is repayable in the future but not until you’ve left university and your income is over £25,725 per year.
Part-time students can also apply for financial support to help towards their day-to-day living costs, such as rent or food. This support is in the form of a repayable maintenance loan.
The amount of maintenance loan you can receive depends on household income, course intensity and where you live while studying.
This loan is repayable in the future but not until you’ve finished your course and your income is over £25,725 a year.
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.