Checking your application status
You can check your application status anytime on our applicants portal, using the My Application facility. Your username is your applicant number (you can find it in your offer email), the default password is your date of birth in the format DDMMYY. You’ll need to change the password once you’ve logged in the first time. Please also check if your personal details (name, address, birthday, contact details etc.) are correct, and update them if necessary. If you used your school email address for your application and you have no access to it anymore, you can change it to your personal email here.
Checking the details of your offer
Please read your offer email carefully. Regardless if you have a conditional or unconditional offer, there is a list of documents you might need to provide to be able to register and start your studies (e.g. copy of certificates, passports). The exact list is in your offer email.
Tuiton Fees and Financing
The cost of yearly tuition fees can be found on the relevant course pages (listed fees apply for each year of the course, subject to an annual increase).
- Full-time/Part-time – £ 9,525
Fee applies for one year for home and international students.
Funding for UK/EU students
Study loans available
Loans are available for an amount of up to £10,906 towards your study costs. Please note that you must meet the eligibility requirements to qualify. If your course lasts for more than a year, the loan will be divided equally across each year of your course.
Master’s degree qualification
You’ll be eligible for funding if you intend to complete the programme within two years. If you have previously studied a professional certificate or diploma, you can still qualify as long as this is your first master’s course.
You must be a UK national resident in England or Wales only, or an EU national resident in England on the first day of the first academic year but within the EEA throughout the preceding three years.
Loans are repayable once you earn over £21,000 per annum and will be repaid over a maximum of 30 years. For information visit the Student Finance England website.