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Fees and funding

Fees and Funding

Now you’ve received an offer from us, you may be starting to think about your student funding and finance options. The below information provides up-to-date resources to help guide you through the student finance process.

The Student Room is an excellent resource for all things money-related, and we’d recommend you explore their money pages for guidance on applying and entitlements. There is also specific information for students from EU countries.

Student Finance England recommends you apply by Wednesday 31 May if your course begins in September.

  • Study Now, Pay Later

    If you are a first-time undergraduate student from England or the EU, you can apply to have your tuition fees paid by Student Finance England via their website.

    Applicants from Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales have different options.

    Tuition fee loans will be paid directly to the University, are not dependent on your household income, and are only repayable once you earn over £21,000 a year.

    More about Fees

  • Maintenance Loans and Grants

    A maintenance (or living-cost) loan is available to help full-time students with day-to-day costs such as accommodation and food.

    Find out more about maintenance loans and grants.

    To estimate your student finance entitlement, you can use the student finance calculator linked below.

    Student Finance Calculator

  • Students on Healthcare and Social Work Courses

    Applicants for courses in Nursing, Midwifery and the Allied Healthcare Professions will also need to apply for a student loan. The Funding Clinic is a useful resource for students of these courses.

    BA (Hons) Social Work may attract a Social Work Bursary from year 2 onwards, in addition to the standard Student Finance England package of support.

    More on these fees

  • Other Government Support

    Funding may be available for students with specific circumstances such as students with children or adult dependants, a disability, or long-term health condition.

    For information about these grants visit Student Finance Extra Help.

    Student Finance Extra Help

  • Scholarships and Bursaries

    If you achieve grades ABB at A-level (or equivalent), you could be awarded £2,000 with the Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarship.

    We also have a number of student bursaries available for Greater Manchester and UK students.

    Visit the Scholarships and bursaries webpage to find out more about these opportunities and how to apply.

  • Contact us

    For further information or to make an enquiry about fees and funding at the University of Salford, contact us via:

    E-mail: moneymatters@salford.ac.uk
    Tel: +44 (0) 161 295 0023