UCL-IoE merger

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

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Other sources of funding

Students studying abroad on exchanges, under the Study Abroad scheme for example, pay only their UCL tuition fees and no fees to the host institution.

If you study abroad at a European university with which UCL has a student exchange agreement (Erasmus programme), you are eligible for a special monthly grant funded by the European Commission.

We also offer Study Abroad Bursaries, designed to assist those students most in financial need who are planning to study overseas. These are available in addition to the UCL Undergraduate Bursary.

If you’re a UK student with a disability, you may be eligible for the Disabled Students’ Allowance.

This covers additional study-related costs that arise because of your disability. The allowance is not means-tested.

You can work part-time, as many students do, to supplement your income during your studies.

That said, we’d like to emphasise that your academic work should take priority! One of the many benefits of studying and living in London is there is no shortage of opportunities for varied and reasonably paid part-time work. UCLU’s JobShop service could help you find flexible part-time employment.

For further information

We know that financial issues can seem a little daunting, but a good starting point for information about student finance is:

In addition, the UNIAID Student Calculator can help you plan and manage your money for your studies.

For a comprehensive list of funding opportunities available to prospective students, please visit the Scholarships and funding website.

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