Students have two main costs which they will need to cover and account for throughout their time at university, tuition fees and living/study costs. It is important that you seek funding options before the start of your course to ensure you have the necessary funds for these.

Undergraduate

You can access financial support with your tuition fees and living costs through Student Finance England (SFE) providing you meet their eligibility criteria.

Additional funding

You may also be entitled to additional funding depending on your circumstances. More information can be found here

Scholarships

The University has numerous scholarships to assist students with tuition fees. More information can be found here

Postgraduate

Student Finance England (SFE) are offering Postgraduate students loans of up to £10,280 providing you meet the eligibility criteria. The course you are studying must be stand-alone at postgraduate masters level. Courses can be taught or research-based. Eligible courses include MA, MSc, LLM, MBA, MRes and MPhil. For other postgraduate courses please click here for more information on funding.

Additional funding

You may also be entitled to additional funding depending on your circumstances. More information can be found here

Scholarships

The university has numerous scholarships to assist postgraduate students with tuition fees. More information can be found here

International

International students will need to ensure that they organise their finances well in advance before arriving in the UK and/or before the start of their course. You will need to account for your tuition fees and any related study costs as well as your living expenses. Click here for information on living in London and the costs associated with this.

Tuition fees vary depending on your nationality as well as where you were living before studying at Westminster. Fees also depend on the course you choose to study and at what level, as well as the study options you choose. They can also change annually. You can find out more information here.

Additional funding

UK funding options are extremely limited for international students and therefore you research the options available in your home country before starting your course.

For general information for international students please visit the UKCISA website.

Scholarships

The University of Westminster is one of the few universities in the UK to offer scholarships to students from over 50 countries across the world. You will need to apply for these before the start of your course. More information can be found here

 

EU, EEA and Swiss Students

Even though the UK has started the process of leaving the EU, there are no immediate changes in the way that people move, trade or study. It is important to emphasise that until the UK formally leaves the EU, EU law will continue to apply within the UK.

For more information on tuition fees and funding options can be found here

More information on living costs in London can be found here.

Students with disabilities

If you are a student with a disability or specific learning difficulty, for example, dyslexia, dyspraxia or dyscalculia, register with the University’s Disability Learning Support team as soon as possible to ensure you get the support you're entitled to both financially and academically whilst studying at Westminster.

To find out more information on the financial and other support which is available to you, please click here

How can we help you?

  1. We can help you access additional funding
  2. We can help you find solutions if you fall have arrears