Eligible NI, GB and EU students will be able to borrow the full cost of tuition from the Government, in the form of a tuition fee loan. The tuition fee loan is not currently means-tested and is available to all eligible students.
Students can apply online for a tuition fee loan, maintenance loan and grant at the following links:
Student Finance NI
Student Finance England
Student Finance Wales
Student Finance Scotland
If you are an undergraduate NI, GB or EU student, with a confirmed tuition fee loan from the Student Loans Company (SLC), which covers your full tuition fees, we will confirm this directly with the SLC.
Students from Scotland must submit their notification of tuition fee funding by email to email@example.com
If you wish to be automatically assessed for the Queen’s Bursary please ensure that you agree to share your financial information from your student finance application with the University.
Students normally resident in Northern Ireland can apply online for a tuition fee loan at Student Finance NI. Your tuition fee loan will be paid directly to the University on your behalf.
Students normally resident in Scotland can apply online for a tuition fee loan at Student Finance Scotland. Your tuition fee loan will be paid directly to the University on your behalf.
Students normally resident in England and Wales can apply online for a tuition fee loan at Students resident in England and Wales. Your tuition fee loan is paid directly to you. Therefore students funding their Masters with this loan, must pay a minimum 33% deposit payment at enrolment, followed by equal payments at the end of January and April. These dates are line with the loan instalment payment dates.
To sign up to this arrangement students should download and complete a Payment Plan application form and return this to firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must sign up to a Payment Plan by 12 October 2020.