At the University of Cumbria, our tuition fees for 2017/18 entry are:
|Full-time Honours Degree
|Integrated Foundation Degree
* Subject to Government confirmation - Tuition fees will increase in line with inflation.
The maintenance loan is to help with the costs incurred with going to university. From 2016/17 all means tested student maintenance grants will be replaced with loans.
The maintenance loan varies depending on a parent/carer’s household income, whether your son or daughter is studying at home or away, and the location of their study. For example*:
|Location whilst studying||Maximum loan available||Non – income assessed (default)||Income assessed|
*figures correct at time of publishing, all figures are from Student Finance England
The loan is paid directly to the student in 3 termly instalments.
Repayment of student loans is based on how much the graduate earns (not how much they owe), they need to be earning over £21,000 to start repayment. These will begin the April following graduation. Their repayments are automatically deducted from their salary like national insurance and tax. If their salary falls below £21,000, repayments will stop.
Scholarships and Bursaries
Students who fit certain requirements will qualify for a scholarship or a bursary, which will help in covering the cost of their university education. To find out if your son or daughter qualifies for one of our scholarships, please visit our Scholarships and Bursaries page for more information on the selection criteria.
Disabled Student Allowance
If your son or daughter has a disability, then a Disabled Student Allowance can help them with the day-to-day life of university. To find out more, please visit our page for Disability and SpLD information.
Our Money Doctors are here to help your child plan their finances and manage their money whilst studying. We run workshops as well as one-to-one advice on taking control of finances and gaining financial skills which can last for life.
You can find out more about finance here, or visit one of the following websites:
English and Welsh Students