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Fees, funding, budgeting, and money management

Finance is one of the key issues when deciding to take a higher education course. You may be feeling anxious about your finances and wondering how you will manage to pay your tuition fees, living expenses and all the costs associated with going to university.

We're here to help you with any questions or problems you may have, both before and during your time as a student here. Fees, funding, budgeting, money management - we can help you get to grips with it all.

  • Financial support

  • £1,000 scholarship

  • £150 credit

  • Living costs

  • More information

Financial support

Depending on your course and level of study, you may be eligible to receive financial support for your tuition fees and living costs while you study with us.

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Meet or Beat

If you Meet or Beat your entry requirements, you could be eligible for a £1,000 scholarship (consisting of £150 credit to spend in an online shop and £850 in cash) to give you a helping hand. Apply by 30 June 2021 to qualify.

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£150 credit

BCU is offering new students a £150 credit to spend in an online shop stocking books, clothes, art supplies, medical/nursing equipment and more.

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Living costs

Being a student can be a big change - you'll have to manage your own finances and this can be tough at first. Here's some top tips to help you manage your money.

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More information

For all other queries, you can find more information about fees, funding, budgeting and money management on our Finance pages. You can also contact us with any queries.

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