Funding

The tuition fees for the programme commencing in September 2020 are £9,250. 
Student Finance England provide a range of financial support including the following.

Financial Support

Tuition Fee Loan

Students are able to apply for a loan to cover tuition fees. The loan is paid directly to your training provider. Tuition fee loans must be paid back but are not repayable until earnings exceed an amount agreed by the government.

Maintenance Loan

Students can also apply for a maintenance loan to assist with costs of living when studying on the programme. As with the tuition fee loan, the maintenance loan must be paid back but is not repayable until earnings exceed an amount agreed by the government. You may have to provide details of your household income. The grant is paid directly into your bank account at the start of term.

Training Bursary

Training bursaries and scholarships for 2020-21 study are available from the Department of Education.  You will need a first, 2:1, 2:2, PhD or Master’s to be eligible for a bursary or scholarship.  Further information on funding can be found on get into teaching website.

Other Grants/Allowances

Other specialist grants are available such as the Childcare Grant, Adult Dependents Grant, Parents Learning Allowance, Disabled Students Allowance.

Visit the GOV.UK website to find further information about financial support for students.

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