Funding for Pre-Registration courses 2018/19

From 1st August 2018 onwards, students taking Pre-Registration Healthcare courses (MSc Physiotherapy, MSc Speech and Language Therapy and the PgDip Adult Nursing) will no longer receive NHS bursaries but will have access to the same package of undergraduate funding available through Student Finance England (SFE)

Tuition Fees

You will need to pay tuition fees of £9,250 for your Pre-Registration course. This can be funded through a tuition fee loan from Student Finance England. The loan is not means-tested and covers the full amount of the tuition fees. It’s paid directly to the University when you enrol on a Pre-Registration course and you only repay it after you have graduated and are earning over £25,000.

Maintenance Loan

This is available to help you with your living costs. The amount you will receive depends on your household income (parents’ or partner’s income plus yours) and the loan is repayable once you have finished the course and are earning over £25,000.

Full-time student

Maintenance Loan

Living at home

Up to £7,324

Living away from home, outside London

Up to £8,700

Additional Support

Full-time students with children could get up to £1,669 a year to help with their learning costs. This is called the Parents’ Learning Allowance. You may also be able to apply for a Childcare Grant to cover up to 85% of your childcare costs (up to £164.70 a week for 1 child or up to £282.36 a week for 2 or more children).

Full-time students in higher education with an adult who depends on them financially can apply for an Adult Dependants’ Grant of up to £2,925.

If you have a disability or specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia, you can apply for a Disabled Students’ Allowance.

EU Students

You may be able to get a Tuition Fee Loan and help with living costs if you’re from an EU country. For more information please call Student Finance for EU Students: 0141 243 3570

How to apply

You don’t need to wait until you’ve been accepted onto a course to apply for student finance. If you are a full-time student living in England you can apply through Student Finance England.

If you live in Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales, you need to apply through the relevant central loans company for your country. Arrangements vary according to your country of residence and you can find more information on the following websites:

 

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