Funding for UK, and EU nationals, as well as students with the status of Migrant Worker.

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Overview How to apply Applicable programmes Terms and Conditions

Overview

Type of funding Tuition Fee Loan (plus maintenance funding for UK nationals and students with the status of Migrant Worker)
Loan amount Up to a maximum of £6,000 per annum of tuition fees
Level of study Undergraduate (available for UK validated programmes only)
Nationality Primarily UK, EU
How to apply For information on eligibility and how to apply, please refer to the gov.uk site on Student Finance

The main student finance package may include, but not limited to:

  • Tuition Fee Loan – English or EU students
  • Maintenance Loan – English, full-time students under 60 only

Total amount if funding is awarded upon completion of assessment of student application for Student Finance, and is communicated to students by the means of Entitlement letter from SFE.

Tuition Fee Loan helps pay for your course. Maintenance Loans and Grants help with living costs (e.g accommodation, books, bills). Loans must be paid back, please see more details on loans repayment on SFE website.

Maintenance grants will no longer be available to new applicants from the 2018-19 academic year.

Nationals of non-EU countries resident in the UK may also qualify for support, please contact Student Finance for eligibility criteria.

Please note, tuition fee loans for English and EU nationals cover up to a maximum of £6,000 per annum of tuition fees at Regent’s University London. This loan will not cover the entire undergraduate tuition fee.

Alternative providers like Regent’s meet a diverse demand for higher education which supplements the HEFCE funded public sector provision. However, such providers are subject to a different regulatory scheme and, whilst the Government recognises the contribution made by such providers, fee loans for students in the alternative provider sector are capped at £6000 as opposed to the £9250 for those studying in the HEFCE funded sector.

The government has no plans at present to change this policy.

 

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