UK/EU Undergraduate Tuition Fees
For information regarding tuition fees please click here. After changes made in Parliament, all higher education providers must register with a new Regulator of Higher Education (the Office for Students) for their students to be eligible for tuition and maintenance support from Student Finance England in the 2019-20 academic year.
The University of Suffolk has successfully registered with the Office for Students. Students can view information about our Registration here.
Find out more about our Asylum-Seeker financial support and how to make an application.
The U.K. government has announced that European students applying to universities in England next year in the 19/20 academic year after the March 19 Brexit date has passed will be still eligible for student loans and tuition fees at the same rate as domestic i.e. “home” students.
In July 2018 the Education Secretary, Damian Hinds said that undergraduates from EU countries attending English universities from September 2019 will be charged the same yearly tuition fees as home students and will have access to the same government-backed student loans for the duration of their degree course, (Subject to meeting the usual eligibility criteria.)
For Frequently Asked Questions for EU students and Brexit please see the British Council page here
If you are an American citizen or a dependent and plan on receiving funding from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact details and course of study, so we can ensure your course is registered with the VA.
We are an approved provider of Higher Education courses for the Ministry of Defences Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC), a scheme which provides financial assistance to members of the Armed Forces. The University Provider ID is 3033 . To check if you may be eligible for funding through this scheme, please visit the Enhanced Learning Credits website.