Our tuition fee FOR 2017-18 IS £9,000
Tuition Fee Loans
Student loans can include a Tuition Fee Loan and a Maintenance Loan/Grant to help with your living costs.
Tuition Fee Loans (Student Loans Company) lend you up to £9,250, paid directly to the course provider, and you won’t have to pay it back until after your course, when you’re earning above a certain level.
Maintenance Loans can be applied for at the same time, lending you money at the start of each term (or monthly in Scotland). How much you get depends on your household income, where you study, where you live and how long for. If you’re from a low income household, you might get a Maintenance Grant too (called bursaries in Scotland, or Assembly Learning Grants in Wales).
2016 entry onwards: Maintenance Grants will be replaced with loans for new full-time students in England starting their courses from September 2016. From 1 September 2016 the student finance package will include a Tuition Fee Loan and a Maintenance Loan only. Students will still be able to apply for grants if they’re eligible for certain benefits, disabled or need help with childcare costs.
Bursaries & Funding
Substantial tax-free bursaries of up to £30,000 are available for people with top degrees in certain subjects. The amount of bursary you will be eligible for depends on the subject you want to teach and your degree class.
Bursary funding for non-salaried Postgraduate Teacher Training courses 2017/18
|Subject||Scholarships*||Trainee with 1st/PHD||2:1/Masters||2:2|
|History, Music, R.E.||-||£9,000||£4,000||£0|
* taken from Dfe Website