Fees and funding
How tuition fees are classified and what your tuition fee covers.
Tuition fees and loan support available to UK and EU students.
Please note: If you have accepted a place on a programme as a home/EU fee student for entry in the academic year 2019/20, you will pay the same tuition fees as UK students for the duration of your enrolment on that specific programme. The UK Government has not yet clarified the position for students starting their studies in 2020. For updates please see our Referendum FAQ page.
Tuition fees for international students.
A guide to estimated living costs including food, travel, accommodation and other costs associated with your degree.
Funding support - UK/EU students
Eligibility criteria for maintenance loans and grants aimed at supporting your living expenses while at university.
Bursaries and scholarships are available to help students from all backgrounds.
Tuition fees information and funding support available to students on an overseas study exchange.
UK students with a disability may be eligible for the Disabled Students' Allowance.
Guidance on how you can supplement your income by working while studying for your degree.
Funding support - international students
Funding opportunities available to international students dependent on eligibility and criteria.
International students with a disability may be eligible for support through the UCL Fund for International Disabled Students.
Information on working while studying for your degree.
Further information about funding opportunities in your home country and budgeting for your studies in the UK.