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Fees and Funding

Fees and Funding

Embarking on a degree or covering the costs of your professional development, may now be easier than you think.

There are several ways you can fund your studies, including sponsorship and student loans. You may be able to use ELCAS credits for some of our courses. We also have scholarships and bursaries to help support our students. And, if you’re interested in a postgraduate programme and are a recent BNU graduate, you may even qualify for a fee discount on your postgraduate studies.

We understand that there’s a lot to consider, but we are here to support you and answer any questions you may have.

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Scholarships and bursaries

We offer a range of scholarships and bursaries to support our students. These awards provide financial aid, based on personal circumstances, household income or academic achievement.

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Student Finance

Financing your university journey may not be as complicated as you fear. The student finance options depends on what course you’re taking so take the time to explore what is available to you.

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Managing your finances

Check out our top tips for managing your finances whilst studying, including budgeting advice and making the most of student discounts.

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Our fees

Everything is tailored to meet the needs and ambitions of our students to give you a first-class student experience. To find out the cost of your course, please use the search bar to find your course web page.      

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Making a payment

Making a payment is simple using our secure online payment portal. For self-financing students, organising the payment of your tuition fees is essential. If you do not pay your fees at the correct time you may not have access to all of the facilities.

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Part-time work opportunities

If you’re studying full-time, you may want to look for part-time paid work. Our Students’ Union offers a number of part-time jobs. Alternatively, you may be interested in becoming a Student Ambassador and share your experiences with future students.