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Fees and funding

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Applications for funding for 2020 entry open in early 2020. Please see below for some of the most common questions we get regarding fees and funding. If you can't find the answer to your query below, feel free to contact us at financequeries@hope.ac.uk

How much are the tuition fees?

The tuition fees for 2020/21 are £9,250 for full time undergraduate courses. For more details about payments, loans, and fees for part-time study, visit our Tuition Fees page.

Do you offer scholarships?

Yes, we have a number of scholarships. Our scholarships and awards recognise and reward outstanding achievement and ability. For more info, check out our Scholarships page.

What types of student loans does the Government offer for UK students?

On top of tuition fee loans, the government also has a number of additional loans and benefits to help pay for living expenses such as accommodation, food, study and travel costs.

Some students may be eligible for extra help towards their living costs. This money doesn’t usually have to be paid back. These include the Disabled Students’ Allowance or the Parents’ Learning Allowance, amongst others.

Visit our Government Help page for full details.

I am an international student - how much are the tuition fees?

For international students for the 2020/21 year, our undergraduate fees are £11,400 (provisional) each year, our postgraduate taught courses are £11,400, MRES are £12,850 and our International MBA costs £12,400. Visit our International fees and Scholarships pages for full details and information on how to pay.

Where can I find out more?

Visit our Undergraduate Fees and Funding pages (or, if you're an international student, our International Fees and Scholarships pages) or email the student finance team at financequeries@hope.ac.uk