Following changes to funding from 1 August 2017, there are no upfront fees to pay for degree courses in Adult Nursing, Child Nursing and Mental Health Nursing, Midwifery and Social work.
Fee information is available on individual course pages. Please see your course page to find out the latest fee information.
Find out about University of Leeds fees.
All new UK/EU undergraduate students are eligible to apply for a loan to cover the cost of tuition fees and support towards living expenses, what you are eligible to apply for varies depending on your personal circumstances and your home country. For more information, you can visit the University's Funding site.
University scholarships and funding
You do not have to repay the support you get from us. For more information, you can visit the University's Funding site.
University Funding | Leeds Financial Support (LFS)
One in three of our students receive additional non repayable funding from us.
UK undergraduate students with a household income of no more than £36,000 a year (£42,875 if you are part-time or taking a foundation year) may be eligible to receive Leeds Financial Support. The amount you can receive depends on household income and is paid to you in instalments in addition to funding you may receive from the government.
For UK students undertaking certain health and social care courses, NHS funding may be available.
Nursing, Midwifery, allied health profession courses
The NHS BSA are working on the detail and the process of the funding for 2020 entry; please keep checking the following NHS BSA website for further information.
Social Work degrees
To view information for 2020/21 entry please visit the NHS Social Work Bursaries website.
Our generous funding package includes scholarships based on your personal circumstances, also known as means-tested scholarships. If your household income is less than £42,875 a year or you are from a disadvantaged background you may be able to apply for a scholarship which is typically £3,000 a year.
We also have scholarships that are awarded based on your academic achievement. These are available for high achieving students regardless of household income and background.
Our Sanctuary Scholarships are also available to forced migrants to the UK.
Planning your finances
Once you have been accepted, it's worth thinking about your finances and planning a budget, so you can enjoy both your course and student life. Your student loan is paid into your bank account in three installments at the start of each term, and it needs to last the whole term, so spend it carefully. Have a look at this budget planner to get an idea of where to start.