Money Matters

UK and EU Students

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The standard tuition fee per year for UK/EU students who begin studying an undergraduate degree in September 2017 will be £9,250*. UK and EU students can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan to cover the full amount, plus UK students can apply for a Maintenance Loan of up to £8,430 to contribute towards living costs. If you have children there's additional help available too.

In addition to this, the University of Hull offers three different financial awards to our first year undergraduate students. You will receive just one award; the highest value award that you are eligible for. Use our quick guide to check which you might be entitled to, then click on the name of the award for full details:

  Studentship Merit
Scholarship
Achievement Scholarship
Value  £1,000 £2,000 £2,000 in first year, £1,000 each in second and third years
Length of award First year only First year only Three years
Criteria
(Click award title for full criteria)
Household income of less than £25,000 per year 120 UCAS Tariff Points* from three A Levels or equivalent (not including General Studies) 152 UCAS Tariff Points* from three A Levels or equivalent (not including General Studies)
  

* This relates to the new UCAS Tariff Points system which will be used from 1 September 2017.

Other bursaries and scholarships are available to students studying Music or Maths, or with particular personal circumstances.

Applicants for the courses below may have different funding arrangements. Please click on the appropriate link below or contact the department directly for more information.  

Please note: some courses are subject to non-standard fees. If you need further information about your fees, please contact your department directly.

*This fee may be subject to an increase in line with inflation.

Foundation Study

Foundation Year

The maximum tuition fees for home students who begin studying a full-time Foundation Year in September 2017 will be £6,165*.  Eligible Home students receive a Tuition Fee Loan to cover the full amount, plus a Maintenance Loan of up to £8,430 to contribute towards living costs.

Foundation Year students are not eligible to receive the standard university awards during their Foundation Year, but are eligible to be considered for the Studentship upon entering the next stage of their degree.  

 

Foundation Degree

The tuition fees for home students who begin studying a full-time Foundation Degree in September 2017 will be £7,195* per year.  Eligible Home students receive a Tuition Fee Loan to cover the full amount, plus a Maintenance Loan of up to £8,430 to contribute towards living costs.

*This fee may be subject to an increase in line with inflation.

Part Time

Part time fees are calculated on a pro rata basis.

Courses with a Non-Standard Fee

Some courses attract a non-standard fee. If you need further information about your fees as a part–time student, please contact your department directly.

Funding

Part-time students can now apply for a Tuition Fee Loan. Tuition fee loans have no upper age limit, and are not means tested.

The University of Hull Studentship is available to part-time students, please see here for details on how to apply for household income assessment.

Repaying your Tuition Fee Loan

  • Part-time students will become liable to repay their loan from the April after the fourth anniversary of the start date of their course, even if they continue to study. But no repayments will be made unless they are earning more than £21,000.
  • If for any reason your income falls below £21,000, your repayments will be suspended.
  • If the part-time course lasts less than three years, then graduates will become liable to repay from the April after they leave higher education, and will begin to repay once earning more than £21,000.
  • Repayments will be 9% of any income above £21,000, so the amount repaid each month will depend on earnings.
  • All outstanding repayments will be written off after 30 years.
  • The repayments process is simple as repayments will be deducted automatically from your pay packet through the tax system.
  • Interest on your loan will be charged at inflation plus 3% while you are studying, and up until the April after you leave university.
  • From the April after you leave university, if you are earning below £21,000, interest will be applied at the rate of inflation.
  • If you earn between £21,000 and £41,000, you will be charged interest on a sliding scale up to a maximum of inflation plus 3%.
  • If you earn above £41,000, you will be charged interest at the full rate of inflation plus 3%.

Payment options for self-funding part-time students

There are three payment options available:

1. You can pay your fees in full when you register. A discount of 2% is applied to payments made in full at or prior to registration using a debit card, direct bank transfer, cheque or draft, or cash. You may also pay your fees in full using a credit card, but will not receive any discount if paying via this method.

2. You can pay one third when you register and the other in two instalments, one in January and one in April.

3. You can pay one eighth of the total cost when you register and then seven monthly instalments from November to May.

NI, Scotland and Wales

The standard tuition fee for students from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales who begin studying an undergraduate degree in September 2017 will be £9,250*. 

Please note: some courses are subject to non-standard fees. If you need further information about your fees, please contact your department directly.

For further information on the funding and finance available to you, please contact the following:

*This fee may be subject to an increase in line with inflation.

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