Fee rates reflect the cost of delivering degree programmes to high standards and providing the specialist scientic facilities and resources we are renowned for, whilst making applying accessible for students from all backgrounds.
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Our annual fees for degrees starting in 2020/21 are:
Fees for Masters degrees starting in 2020/21 are:
Our annual fees for degrees starting in 2019/20 are:
Our fees for international students starting in 2019/20 are:
For Access Courses, if you are aged 19 or over, you can cover the cost of tuition fees with an Advanced Learner Loan. Loan eligibility doesn’t depend on your income and there are no credit checks. Repayments don’t begin until you finish the course and are earning at least £21,000. If you complete an Access to HE Diploma and then go on to complete a degree your Advanced Learner Loan will be written off.
For BSc and FdSc courses a Tuition Fee Loan is available to cover the full cost of your tuition, and you only start to pay it back when you are earning over £21,000 per year. You do not have to pay for your course upfront. You can now apply for student finance here.
There is also a maintenance loan available to any full-time student to help with living costs such as rent. This does have to be repaid but not until your course has finished and you’re earning more than £21,000 a year.
If you start a full-time or part-time master’s course after 1 August 2017 you can apply for a Postgraduate Loan. You’ll be able to borrow up to £10,280 to pay your fees and help with living costs. Find out more here
Sparsholt College Bursary – if your household income is under £32,000 you could receive a bursary of up to £750. Application forms are available from Student Services or by emailing email@example.com Please fill this in so we can look at your circumstances and help wherever possible.
Trips and fees that are required in order to complete a course of study will be covered by the College as part of the tuition fees for full time students. BSc (Hons) and MSc students can apply for a grant (up to £250 for BSc (Hons) or £350 for MSc students) to help cover non-travel costs associated with dissertations/ research projects. For part time students the College will reimburse students up to a maximum of £200 to help with annual student subscriptions and entry fees or other reasonable expenses but will not pay for any transport costs associated with a course of study.
For a full breakdown of additional costs for your course click here