Fees and Funding
The University of Leicester can confirm that we will not be increasing fees for students starting their courses in the 2016/17 academic year, and that no further increase will be applied to their fees whilst they are an undergraduate student with us. The annual tuition fee for those who join in the 2016/17 academic year will be £9,000 for all years of full-time campus based study.
Whatever type of course you study with us, finance will always be an important factor. There are costs to be met but there are also possible sources of funding: loans and grants, bursaries and scholarships. And there is always advice available, through the University and through national online resources.
Leicester is one of the cheapest cities in the UK for students to live. Find out more about the living costs that you'll need to consider when planning your budget for your time in Leicester.
How to pay
We have several different ways that you can pay so that you can choose the most convenient one for you. In this section you can also find our more about how to pay if you have a sponsor, as well as when to pay your tuition and accommodation fees.
Tuition and maintenance loans
UK and EU students who are studying for their first degree will be able to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan and Maintenance Loan.
We offer an attractive range of scholarships and discounts which can help to offset the cost of your education. We offer a range of scholarships because we are committed to attracting the brightest and the best students to Leicester regardless of background. At Leicester we do not want fears about finance to stop prospective students from considering university.
Find out more about Tuition Fees and what your time at Leicester might cost. Your fees will be based on where you normally live.
Find out if it would be possible to defer your scholarship, or to transfer to Leicester from another University.
Find out more about the University's sources of income, including tuition fees, research grants and philanthropy. You can also see how we invest that income.