Money advice for students

Money information

Fees, funding and managing your money

Your tuition fees and your eligibility for student funding, bursaries and scholarships depend on a number of factors, including the year you start your course, the kind of course you take, and whether you study full- or part-time.

New students 2014

finance_70x70.jpgIf you are starting your course in 2014 find out about student finance, from government funding and fees to university scholarships and bursaries.

Find out about your fees and funding

Need extra financial support?

tax_credit_70x70.jpg There are a number of grants, bursaries and other funds that you can apply for, if you are finding it difficult to meet your course-related costs. 

Find out what funding is available


Managing your money

Helen (Student Adviser) offers practical advice for new students about managing finances when starting at university.


Started in 2012 or 2013

finance_70x70.jpgStarting a course after 2012 means that you are studying under a new set of financial arrangements, tuition fees and funding. Please select a year:

Started in 2013started in 2012

Started studying before 2012?

finance_70x70.jpgIf you started your course before 1 September 2012, your fees and funding arrangements are different to those of students starting after that date.

I started studying before 2012

UK and EU bursaries in 2014

The University of Brighton provides a range of bursaries for students starting in 2014. They do not need to be paid back.

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