Everything you need to know about funding your studies
Getting your finances in order might not be the most exciting part of getting ready for university, but it needs doing.
When it comes to fees, loans, bursaries and grants, it’s important to know what you qualify for and how to apply for it. So here goes:
Already applied for student finance?
That’s fine - if you have previously applied for a student loan against a course at another institution, you need to change your student finance application to Leeds Beckett University before you arrive and enrol on your course. You may otherwise face delays in the payment of maintenance and tuition fee loans from the Student Loans Company.
What I am entitled to?
It’s different for everyone. Most people are able to borrow money to pay for their fees and to help you with living costs. On top of that, extra funding can be available, such as Disabled Students’ Allowance and Childcare Grants.
There are two student loans are available from Student Finance England. One is the Tuition Fee Loan which is not income assessed and paid directly to us to cover your tuition fees, which are £9,250 per annum. The second is the Maintenance Loan, which is income assessed and are paid directly into your bank each academic term.
If you will be living away from home this can be up to £8,700 and, if you will be living at home, this can be up to £7,324.
Living costs at Leeds Beckett
Leeds is well known as student city and affordable living costs are part of the reason why. Here is a quick insight into likely weekly costs for a student at Leeds Beckett.
We’ve also written a blog on 10 things to do in Leeds for ten pound.
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