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.
Already a BCU student?
If you're already a student here and want to check your fees, then head to our continuing students page.
We want all our students to achieve their full potential. With our High Achiever and Accelerate Scholarships, you could receive extra funding and support to kick start your BCU journey.
NHS and Ministry of Defence funded courses
NHS funded courses
Nursing, midwifery and most allied health profession students can access student loans, and there is an additional government grant for some healthcare students.More information
MOD ELC Scheme
The Ministry of Defence ELC scheme entitles service personnel and service leavers to receive financial help with the cost of their learning.More information
How much does it cost to be a student?
Being a student can be a big change - you'll have to manage your own finances and this can be tough at first. We have some top tips to help you manage your money.
How to talk to your parents about Student Finance
Your parents or carers might be concerned about the costs of university and student life. We’ve got some conversation starters and actions you can take to let them how student finance works and to show them you’re responsible enough to budget your money.