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Fees & Bursaries


‘Be supported* – how will you spend your £3000 cash back?’

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If you’re a UK or EU student enrolling for the first time on a full-time undergraduate course that starts in September 2007, the fee for tuition will be £3,070 a year.  But the good news is that under new Government legislation, neither you nor your family will be required to pay up front. Instead, you will be able to take out a loan to cover your tuition fees, which you won’t have to pay back until after you graduate.  

Student tuition loans are very different from loans that are offered by banks or building societies.  For a start, you don’t have to begin repaying the loan until you’re earning at least £15,000 a year.  Even when you do start earning more than £15,000 a year, you will only have to pay a small amount each week.   As a guide, someone on a salary of £18,000 a year (which is the average starting salary for a recent graduate) will pay just £5.19 a week.  Someone on £20,000 will pay £8.65, whereas someone on £25,000 will pay £17.30.

If for any reason you stop earning at least £15,000 - for example if you decide to go travelling or to do some voluntary work - then you are not obliged to continue paying towards your tuition.  Your repayments restart once you are earning at £15,000 again.

For further information visit the Student Finance Direct website

BCUC Financial Support Scheme for 2007 entry

£3000 over 3 years for everyone paying tuition fees. £3900 for those students coming from compact schools & colleges.

Our Student Support Scheme is acknowledged as one of the most generous schemes in the UK and was short listed for a Times Higher Education Award.

£1,000 a year for UK and EU undergraduate students studying at BCUC

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If you’re one of the students described above, who’s paying £3,070 per year in tuition fees for your full time undergraduate course, BCUC will offer you £1,000 a year in financial support for the duration of your course.   (The only exception is nursing students, who are able to obtain a bursary from the Department of Health.)

The £1,000 per year from BCUC is paid directly into your bank account and does not have to be paid pack.  What’s more, this financial support is not means tested in any way.  In other words, it’s awarded irrespective of the size of your family's income.  This makes it different from many of the bursaries on offer at other UK universities and colleges. 

Unlike many universities and colleges, it’s not necessary to complete any complicated forms to receive the bursary.  If you’re accepted onto a full-time undergraduate course at BCUC, you will be asked at enrolment for details of your bank account.  The bursary will then be paid directly in three equal instalments – the first before Christmas, the second around the middle of February and the third in May.

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The £1,000 per year is offered with absolutely no strings attached and is intended to cover course-related costs.  Naturally, payment will be conditional on your continuing to study with us.  We are providing this financial support because at BCUC we believe that no student who could benefit from higher education should be deterred from applying simply because of the cost.

If you join from a school or college with a compact arrangement with BCUC you will receive an additional £300 per year totaling £3900 over your 3 years of study.


These fees are for September 2006. Fees for entry in September 2007 will be available shortly.

Full-time   £3,600 (Home/EU)
Part-time    Two-year course  £1,800 (Home/EU) per year
  Three-year course  £1,200 (Home/EU) per year

Masters awards (part-time) in the Faculty of Society and Health range in cost from £1,100 to £1,810 per year.



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Professional courses vary in cost, depending on whether you study a module or a course. They range in price from £500 to £3,000 for Home/EU applicants.

Professional short courses for Nursing subjects range in price from £100 to £900 for Home/EU applicants.

These fees are for September 2006.  Fees for entry in September 2007 will be available shortly.

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