Fees and funding 2017/18
One of the first questions you're likely to ask about university is how much will it all cost? Going to university represents a real investment in your future and there is plenty of financial support available to students for both tuition fees and living expenses.
For 2017/18 undergraduate full-time home students tuition fees will be £9,250*
A tuition fee loan, up to £9,000** a year, will be available to students to cover tuition fee costs.
* The level of fees is dependent on full parliamentary approval which is expected later in the Autumn
** The Government announced earlier this year that it intends to raise the cap on tuition fees for undergraduates. Tuition fee loans are expected to rise in line with the fee cap.
Further information about the change is available on our tuition fees new story.
We're still finalising our funding package for September 2017 entry so revisit this page in a few weeks to see what financial support is available to you.
The government is changing the way in which students beginning nursing, midwifery and speech and language therapy courses are funded.
For all students attending university from September 2017 onwards NHS bursaries will no longer be available. Instead, you will have access to the standard student support package of tuition fee loans and support for living costs.
For details, please visit this NHS bursary reform page and the Council of Deans of Health website.
As part of our Faculty’s on-going commitment to support our students in enhancing their graduate career opportunities and lifelong learning, we are proud to inform you of an exciting development which announces the launch of a new scholarship designed to provide financial support to students enrolled onto the Nursing with Registration (Learning Disability) and Nursing with Registration (Mental Health) programmes at DMU.
The Nursing Scholarship is awarded based on a record of academic achievements demonstrated through your previous studies and future successes at DMU. We will be offering eligible students’ a generous scholarship of up to £3,000 throughout the duration of the course.
For more information visit our Nursing support page.
Employability Support Fund
The Employability Support Fund will provide £100 to every eligible final-year student to help towards the costs of pursuing their career aspirations. Students are expected to use the money to help pay for smart interview attire or towards the cost of creating a portfolio of work, for example.
Detailed information of the Government's student funding package and where you apply for funding when you are ready to do so.
General information including help with managing your student budget.
For more information call +44 (0)116 2 50 60 70