- This information applies to those starting a course in September 2017
- All students may be eligible for financial support from the government and the University, whether you study full-time or part-time and whatever your age
How much will my course cost?
- Arts & Humanities with Foundation Year (V901)
- Business Studies with Foundation Year (BFY0)
- Interdisciplinary Science Foundation Year (CFG0)
- Earth & Environment with Foundation Year (F75N)
- Studies in Science with Foundation Year (6H89)
- Professional Studies (L390)
60 credit programmes
- Arabic, Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies
- Interdisciplinary Studies with Preparation for Higher Education (PHE)
- Professional Studies
- BA Child & Family Studies
- BA Early Childhood Studies
- BA Learning & Teaching
- BA Learning & Teaching (SEND)
- Other part-time degrees
80 credit programmes
- Business Management
- Foundation degree in Child & Family Studies
- Foundation degree in Learning & Teaching
- Foundation degree in Learning & Teaching (SEND)
How will I pay for my course?
There are no upfront fees to pay. Subject to personal eligibility you will be able to borrow the cost of your tuition fees through a tuition fee loan from the government.
Can I get any financial support for living costs and studying costs?
Yes, you can get financial support from the government and from the University.
If you are a full-time student, you can apply for support from the government towards your living and studying costs, including help with study costs arising from a disability.
If you are a part-time student with a disability you can apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances for help with study costs arising from your disability.
Please read this important information about applying for government support.
Support from the University
Leeds Financial Support
At Leeds we’re committed to ensuring that, if you have the talent, drive and potential to succeed, you are encouraged to take advantage of a University of Leeds education, whatever your background. The Leeds Financial Support scheme can provide additional, non-repayable support, for both full-time and part-time students.
How much Leeds Financial Support could I get?
If you are starting the first year of a full-time degree (but not a Foundation Year) you could be eligible for a University scholarship.
Additional financial support may be available after you have started your course.
Information and advice about fees and financial support
Useful contacts and websites can be found here.
Lifelong Learning Centre staff are happy to talk through the financial implications of study for foundation level, mature and part-time students and discuss options that may be open to you to make this more affordable. Please contact us if you would like to make an appointment.