Student Finance England
Student Finance England is the organisation set up by the Government to provide you with money in order to pay for your course and to help you with living costs, whilst you are studying towards your first undergraduate degree or PGCE.
This means that there is no need to pay any upfront tuition fees to go to university.
Any loans provided by Student Finance England only have to be repaid from the April after you have left the course and, if you start your course before September 2023, only if you are earning more than £27,295 per year.
Policies and regulations
Information regarding how University College Birmingham is governed, including documents on the University's strategy and management.Read more
Find more information about tuition fees and funding options for UK or EU students on postgraduate courses at University College Birmingham.Read more
Online and part-time fees
Find out more about tuition fees and funding options for UK and EU students on our part-time or online courses at University College Birmingham.Read more
Paying your own fees
If you wish to pay your tuition fees yourself, find out more information here about how to pay and dates of instalments.Read more
Repeating with attendance
What does repeat with attendance mean and how long will it take? How much is repeat study, and will Student Finance pay for this? Find out more here.Read more