Learn all you need to know about study fees and funding options as a UK undergraduate student.
A smart and affordable investment
Every UK university charges tuition fees. UK tuition fees vary depending on your home country. You will be eligible for either Home (UK) fees, or International fees.
Eligible students can apply for a tuition fee loan so they are able to study now and pay it back later. It means you won’t have to pay any fees upfront and you won't start paying the fees back until you’re earning a reasonable income – currently set at over £26,575.
No upfront fees.
You only pay back your loan once you start work and earn more than £26,575 per year.
Graduates on average earn £12,000 per year more than non-graduates over their working lives.
Outstanding debt written off after 30 years.
In addition to the government funding available, UEL provides all new undergraduate students with core textbooks as e-books.
You'll also have the opportunity to apply for our wide range of scholarships and bursaries. We award over £2 million annually via these schemes, so it is definitely worth submitting an application.
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Students on some programmes will need to pay for study-related materials and activities such as field trips, art supplies, safety equipment and clothing, laboratory supplies, etc. The costs may vary depending on your module choices.
You can find information on the typical costs of individual courses on our courses pages. To find your course, search our undergraduate course list.
Paying your fees
There are several ways you can choose to pay your fees.