Everything you'll need to know about your tuition fees, available bursaries, scholarships and more.
Detailed information on tuition fee rates and payment options, including applying for a tuition fee and maintenance loan is available at www.qub.ac.uk/tuitionfees.
Information on how tuition fees are assessed and the basis of the determination of your residency status for fees purposes is available at www.qub.ac.uk/tuitionfees under the Student Finance Framework section.
The website also provides information about the University’s Bursary Schemes and the Student Support Fund arrangements for the academic year 2020-21.
Information on how to pay your tuition fees.
If you have any queries in relation to tuition fees, payment options, or the University’s Bursary Schemes or Student Support Fund, please refer to the University’s website www.qub.ac.uk/tuitionfees or contact the Student Finance Office on 028 9097 2852.
Queen’s offers a range of scholarships and prizes for new students. Find out more by visiting http://go.qub.ac.uk/fees-scholarships.
Eligible students from GB could receive a scholarship of up to £7,500, view full details of the GB Scholarship.
There are also entrance scholarship competitions for high-achieving students, the Lloyds Scholarship Programme, sports bursaries and academy scholarship awards, our Elite Athlete Programme, International Scholarships and Asylum seeker scholarships.
The Department of Health (DoH) provides a Student Incentive Scheme for new students, domiciled in Northern Ireland, entering the full-time Social Work degree in September 2020. The main elements of the current scheme are as follows:
- a non-means-tested Incentive Grant for each year of the agreed duration of the course towards the costs of study, including tuition fee costs; and
- a contribution towards expenses related to work-based
Further details of the Scheme are available on request from:
Eligible students may have their fees paid for the duration of the three-year degree by the Department of Health (DoH) and may also receive a bursary – this is known as a ‘commissioned’ place. The bursary is intended to assist with daily living costs incurred while training and is awarded for each year of the three-year course; it will normally be paid in monthly instalments.
To be eligible for a commissioned place, applicants must be an NI or EU national (excluding GB). Further conditions may apply.
In order to find out more about the bursary, please contact the Bursary Administration Unit:
Help and advice with student finance can be sought from the Students’ Unions independent advice service, Advice SU. Guidance and advice on student funding, changing course, repeating an academic year, general money management such as how to live on a budget or how best to deal with your student debt, can be obtained from Advice SU. You can contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org.