University of Bolton|

Fees and Funding

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Scholarships|

For further information:

Karen Bentley
Student Funding Advisor
Tel: 01204 903497
Email: studentfunding@bolton.ac.uk|

Carol Grey
Bursary and Scholarship Advisor
Tel: 01204 903499
Email: studentfunding@bolton.ac.uk|

Address:
Student Services
Chancellor's Mall
University of Bolton
Deane Road
Bolton
BL3 5AB 

 

Student Finance England advises continuing students to apply now!

Students who are returning to their studies in the 14/15 academic year can now re-apply to Student Finance England (SFE) at www.gov.uk/studentfinance|

The advice is don’t wait! You need to apply early to ensure that your finance is in place for the new academic year. If you are asked to supply evidence to support your application you should send it in straight away.  

Got a question about student finance or your application? Why not follow Student Finance England on Facebook (facebook.com/SFEngland) or Twitter (@SF_England) where you can ask a question which will be answered by an SFE adviser, Monday to Friday between 2.00 and 4.00p.m. 

For a range of helpful tools and guidance visit The Student Finance Zone at www.thestudentroom.co.uk/studentfinance|

There is also opportunity for you to ask a question of an SFE adviser at one of the Student Finance surgeries which take place at www.thestudentroom.co.uk/askSFE| every Wednesday between 1.00p.m. and 4.00p.m.

For a range of useful one-minute videos about student finance please go to www.youtube.com/SFEFilm|

It is important to note that most students will not be expected to pay anything up front. Every UK student studying for their first undergraduate degree is entitled to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan|. There is also a Maintenance Loan| available for students to help cover the cost of living whilst studying.

You will only start to pay back the Tuition Fee Loan and the Maintenance Loan once you have graduated and are earning over £21,000. There is more information about how this is calculated on the Student Finance Guide|.

In addition to this, there are a number of financial awards/fee waivers available to students both from the University  |and from external bodies. Take a look at our Scholarships| page to find out what is available to you.

The fees for all full-time undergraduate degree courses have been set at £9,000.

The University of Bolton is dedicated to providing not only a friendly learning environment, but a quality education with dedicated, experienced and supportive lecturers.We will always stand by our dedication to social mobility, inclusion and diversity.

At all of the Course Advice Days and Open Days| there is a student Funding Advisor available to speak to. If you would like any more information about the funding available to you, or the scholarships on offer, please contact the student funding team.

StudentRoom Funding Available

StudentRoom Repayments

StudentRoom Interest on loans

To help you pay for your tuition fees and support yourself whilst you are at University the Government and University of Bolton have a range of loans and scholarships available to you. Please click on the links below to see what you may be eligible for.

Please note: information given on this webpage is provisional and subject to change. Information on this page relates to students studying full-time on an undergraduate programme on campus at the University of Bolton.

Please note it is important to apply for your Government student funding early. You can normally apply for funding from January for September start and the deadline to apply to ensure your funding is in place for when you commence your course of study is the end of May prior to September start. 

Funding available from the government

Tuition Fee Loan
|Maintenance Loan
Maintenance Grant|
Childcare Grant|
Parents' Learning Allowance|
Adults Dependant's Grant|

Tuition Fee Loan (Non-means tested) 


Available to all full and part-time U.K. and E.U. students to cover 100% of tuition fees charged. Paid from the Student Loans Company direct to the university. Repaid after you have completed or withdrawn from your course.

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Maintenance Loan (Means tested)

Available to all full-time U.K. undergraduate students. Partially means tested. Paid from the Student Loans Company directly into your bank account. Repaid after you have completed or withdrawn from your course. 

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Maintenance Grant (Means tested)

A non-repayable grant for full-time U.K. undergraduate students. Paid directly into your bank account. Award subject to household income assessment.

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Childcare Grant (Means tested)

Available to full-time U.K. undergraduate students who have dependant age children in registered childcare. Grant pays a contribution towards the cost of childcare. Award paid directly into your bank account. Award subject to household income assessment. 

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Parents’ Learning Allowance (Means tested)

Available to full-time U.K. undergraduate students who have dependant age children. Award paid directly into your bank account. Award subject to household income assessment.

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Adult Dependant’s Grant (Means tested)

Available to full-time U.K. undergraduate students who have an adult dependant living with them. Award paid directly into your bank account. Award subject to household income assessment.

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Funding available from the University of Bolton

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