Fees and finance
Tuition fees for full-time Home and EU undergraduate students starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2014 will be £9,000* per year for most courses. what financial support is available for 2014/15.Part-time fees are pro-rata, ie students studying 50% will pay £4,500 per year.
Tuition fees for full-time Home and EU undergraduate students starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2013 will be £8,500* for most courses.
We want to make sure you, and future students like you, continue to benefit from a valuable university education. The range of financial support we make available reflects our determination to ensure university education at Canterbury Christ Church remains accessible to those from lower income households in light of higher fees.
Canterbury Christ Church University is increasing its National Scholarships from 612 in 2013/14 to about 900 in 2014/15, meaning more prospective students could be paying £7,000 to study at Canterbury Christ Church University in their first year. In addition, more bursaries will be available, also as part of the National Scholarship Programme (NSP). For students who do not get an NSP, and for continuing students on the new fee structure, the University is offering cash bursaries for all who meet its criteria. This means many students will receive £3,000 in cash awards over their time studying at CCCU.
For details see what financial support will be available.
General Information about University fees
See Gov.uk for what support is available nationally to students. The Money Saving Expert also offers an accessible guide to student finance with their 20 facts and they have a number of video guides too: watch the Money Saving Expert here.
The Independent Taskforce on Student Finance Information has also created a free app for students and parents, including a detailed guide, videos, calculators, uni-by-uni bursaries and more, for iPhones and Androids.
Students who are in the UK, and currently seeking asylum here, may wish to look at the support available through Article 26 (a project of the Helena Kennedy Foundation) when considering an application to study at a Higher Education institution.
* Exclusions where fees are less include: Four year programmes, where the first year is a Foundation Year with fees of £6,000 (subsequent years are £8,500 or £9000 after 2014/15); courses funded by the NHS; and some Christ Church programmes delivered at partner institutions for which fees may be £6000 or less. Check partner institutions’ web pages for details. Exceptions also include students who already have a first degree.