Supporting your child through university Supporting your child through university

If your son or daughter decides to go to university there is plenty of financial support available, so no one should be put off coming to UEA because of money worries.

How much does university cost?

Students starting their course in 2016 will pay tuition fees of £9,000 a year. However, fees don't have to be paid before they go to university or while they are studying.

What help is on offer?

Every UK student can apply for a Tuition Fee and Maintenance Loan each year. These loans are designed to pay for tuition fees, living costs and course materials. Your son or daughter will not have to start paying their loan back until after they graduate and are earning over £21,000. Tuition Fee loans are also available to EU students, as well as UK-based.

Various types of funding are also available to UK students from low income family backgrounds, which is never paid back.

Scholarships and Bursaries

UEA offers scholarships and bursaries providing some students with additional financial support, which doesn't have to be paid back. More information can be found on the University's scholarships and bursaries pages.

Find out more

For more information on Student Finance, visit the Fees and Funding pages or email us at student.finance@uea.ac.uk. If your son or daughter decides to go to university there is plenty of financial support available, so no one should be put off coming to UEA because of money worries.

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