Online Study Funding

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Fund the next step in your career

The tuition fees and funding for online study are different to those for on-campus study. You'll find information about both tuition fees and how you can fund your online study on this page.

Undergraduate funding for online study

UK undergraduate students studying online who are eligible for funding from the Student Loans Company will be able to apply for a tuition fee loan to fund their studies. 

Please note maintenance loans are not available for online, distance learning study unless you are unable to attend a course on campus because of a disability.

Apply for funding

Non-UK students studying online will need to secure funding from their home country or a private source.

Postgraduate funding for online study

Master's loan

Eligible UK and EU students can apply for a postgraduate Master's Loan from the UK Government. Head to the Gov website to find out about eligibility criteria and applying.

Find out about Master's Loan

Additional ways to fund your online studies

Discover available scholarships, awards and bursaries supporting online students below. You'll find eligibility criteria on the individual pages and you can always contact us with any questions you may have.

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Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship

The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship is an award that covers 100% of fees on two selected master's co...

Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship
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RealWORKS Award

The RealWORKS Award supports our 2020 graduates to undertake a master's degree.

RealWORKS Award

Have a question?

If you have any questions you can get in touch with our Course Advisors who would be happy to help you:


T: (01326) 213827 

Request information

You can submit our simple online form and a Course Advisor will get in touch with you. They'll be able to answers questions about how you'll study, what to expect from the course, and the next step to take on your application journey.

Get in touch
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