Fees and finance
From September 2012, tuition fees for courses at all English universities have changed. 20 facts about fees from the Money Saving Expert explains more, or watch the Money Saving Expert here.
The Independent Taskforce on Student Finance Information have 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.
In line with these changes, tuition fees for full-time Home and EU undergraduate students starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2012 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.
This fee, together with the range of financial support we’ll make available, reflects our determination to ensure university education at Canterbury Christ Church remains accessible to those who will most benefit from it.
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.
Important update to financial support information
Following the Government's Higher Education White Paper, Canterbury Christ Church University has made some minor changes to our bursary packages. We have not changed, or lowered most of our fees from our original announcement of £8,500.
By slightly amending what we can offer in financial help via an increase in fee waivers, more prospective students could be paying £7,500 or less to study at Canterbury Christ Church University.
For details see ‘what financial support will be available’.
To find out how these changes might affect your UCAS application visit www.ucas.com/changechoices.
* Some exclusions apply: Four year programmes, where the first year is a Foundation Year with fees of £6,000, subsequent years are £8,500; courses funded by the NHS; and some Christ Church programmes delivered at partner institutions for which fees may be less than £6,000. Check partner institutions’ web pages for details. Exceptions also include students who already have a first degree.