Our courses are built with employability in mind, giving you confidence that the investment you make at University of Suffolk is your best route to a successful future.
You can find all the information on fees and financial support available to you here, whether you are full-time or part-time, undergraduate or postgraduate, home, international or EU student.
The University of Suffolk continues to deliver high quality teaching and learning, creating and sustaining innovative initiatives in widening participation, improving support and facilities for our students, and building employability into the degree courses that we offer.
Find out about tuition fees, maintenance loans and grants, and the financial support available to you depending on your situation.
Loans and Grants
There are a variety of loans and grants that students can apply for. To find out more please visit the Loans and Grants page
Applying for Student Finance
Applications for student finance need to be made to the relevant funding bodies:
- Student Finance England
- Student Finance Wales
- Student Awards Agency For Scotland
- Student Finance Northern Ireland
- NHS Bursaries
What is included in your tuition fees?
At University of Suffolk your tuition fees provide access to all the usual teaching and learning facilities that you would expect, such as library materials, exam costs, laboratories and equipment, consumables and IT equipment.
We also cover other essential costs when these are as a result of studying modules which are a compulsory part of your programme of study.
There may be additional costs associated with your course that you will need to budget for. Full details of these costs are available on the individual course pages.