FUNDING AVAILABLE

BUILT FOR A HELPING HAND

Our mission is to provide accessible education for all. In order to do this, we keep our fees as competitive as possible and we provide flexible payment options. You may be entitled to a student loan or a grant so we’ve provided all the information and links you’ll need to find out and submit an application below:

 

Student Finance - UCEM BSc Degree Programmes

Students domiciled in England, Wales and Northern Ireland may apply to Student Finance for a tuition fee loan. Eligible students may apply for funding for the full value of fees each academic year for all undergraduate programmes.

Students completing an online programme are not eligible for loans or grants for living and other costs, this applies even if you are studying at an accelerated intensity. You therefore cannot apply for a maintenance grant or loan for your studies at UCEM. Please ensure that you choose Distance Learning as your mode of study when completing your Student Finance application.

Please note that Student Finance Wales funding is only available for students who commenced their studies after September 2014.

Instructions for applying:

  • Log in and complete the online application
Student Finance - UCEM MSc and MBA Programmes
Fee grant for students who started prior to 2012

For students who started a programme prior to September 2012 and those new or existing students who reside in Wales or Northern Ireland then you are still entitled to apply for a Fee Grant.

Disabled students allowance

Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) provide extra financial help for disabled students. You may get DSAs if you have a disability, long-term health condition, mental health condition or specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia. If you have any questions, please contact our disability and welfare team.

If you live in England you can find details of what’s available and how to apply on gov.uk

Visit Discover DSA to find out more about the Disabled Student Allowance.

If you live in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland you will need to contact: