Paying Your Fees
There are several ways you can choose to pay your fees.
Scholarships and bursaries
UEL is offering new UK/EU undergraduate students a package of scholarships and bursaries to ensure that they get the most out of their studies.
UEL is offering Hardship bursaries to Home, EU and International students to provide extra financial support with particular costs to help with higher education. To make an application you will need to be a current student. Application and guidance notes can be accessed here:
You can apply for a tuition loan and a maintenance loan to cover the cost of your programme and your living expenses.
Students may be eligible 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 up front and you won't start paying the fees back until you’re earning a reasonable income – currently set at over £25,000.
Advice & Guidance
For all your money matters, our Student Money Advice Rights Team are here to help
There are a number of external organisations that offer financial support to students.
UEL's Access Agreements set out our tuition fee limit and the measures we intend to put in place to both recruit and support students from backgrounds under-represented in Higher Education.