UCL-IoE merger

UCL and the Institute of Education merged on December 2, 2014. Learn about the study options available to you.

Fees and funding

We know that money can be a worrying topic for most students. These pages set out clearly and simply what you have to pay for, and when, and provide helpful links for those looking for more information. For a comprehensive list of funding opportunities available to prospective students, please visit the Scholarships and funding website.

Fees and funding

Learn about the different types of funding opportunities available to prospective students and what support UCL can give you during your studies. Full scholarships listings can be found on the UCL Scholarships website.

  • No up-front fees; tuition costs will be paid by a government loan;
  • Loan repayments are made only once you have left university and are earning over £21,000 per year;
  • UCL's fees set at £9,000 (for 2013/14) for undergraduate programmes (in common with most universities);
  • A wide range of financial support is provided to help with tuition fee and living costs for students from lower income backgrounds; this includes the Government's National Scholarship Programme;
  • Studying part-time? You will be eligible for loans to cover fees, but you will not be eligible for maintenance loans or grants.
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