Going to university is an investment in your future. But as 95% of Leeds Trinity students are employed or in further study within six months of graduating (DLHE 2017), studying an undergraduate degree with us could be the right investment.
Tuition fees and loans
Three-year and two-year Undergraduate honours Degree courses and Foundation Year courses (Level 0 prior to continuing on to a linked three-year Undergraduate honours Degree course) are £9,250 per year for tuition fees in 2019–20.
Two-year Foundation Degree courses, (Supporting Children and Families in Social Contexts ; Supporting Early Years; Supporting Learning and Additional Needs) are £5,000 per year for tuition fees in 2019-20.
Depending on government policy, tuition fees may rise with inflation in future years. Part-time tuition fees would be pro-rated accordingly to the number of credits you are studying.
You will not have to pay these fees upfront. Eligible UK and EU students can apply for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their tuition fees from the government which you repay gradually through small monthly repayments. Full-time students will not start repaying their loan until the April after you leave university once you're earning over £25,000. This earning threshold may be adjusted annually in line with average earnings by the government.
UK students on full-time courses can apply for a package of maintenance funding from the government to help with general living costs and additional funding if you have children and/or a disability. Part-time students from England and Wales starting a course in 2018/19
onwards can apply for the new ‘part time maintenance loan’.
English and EU students can apply and find out more information at
www.gov.uk/studentfinance. This website also has a calculator that will give you an estimate of what you will receive.
Students from other UK countries can find information and apply at:
All students can find information on repaying student loans at
. Current students can find information on tuition fees and money advice on the myLTU app (go to Help > Money Matters).
Financial support for EU students in 2018–19 and 2019-20
The Government has confirmed that EU students who start a course in 2018/19 or 2019/20 will continue to remain eligible for financial support. EU students are eligible for home fee status, which means they are charged the same tuition fees as UK students. Other non-EU, international students do not have their tuition fees capped in this way.
Bursaries and scholarships in 2018-19 and 2019-20
Leeds Trinity offers a range of bursaries and scholarships to help support students while they study.
Help and support