Fees and funding

Higher Education is a valuable investment in your career.

Student on campus

First degrees

Undergraduate and foundation fees

2017/18 undergraduate fees

  UK and EU students Overseas students
Undergraduate and foundation degrees  £9000 £11000
Foundation degree - work-based routes £6000 NA
Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) £9000 £11000
BSc Speech & Language Therapy degree £9000 £11750
BEd primary & secondary routes £9000 £11000

 

2018/19 undergraduate fees

  UK and EU students Overseas students
Undergraduate and foundation degrees  £9250 £11000
Foundation degree - work-based routes £6000 NA
Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) £9250 £11000
BSc Speech & Language Therapy degree £9250 £11750
BEd primary & secondary routes £9250 £11000

 

All fees are per annum unless otherwise stated and additional professional accreditation fees may also apply. Tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase.


Postgraduate student

Masters and PGCE

Postgraduate taught fees

2017/18 postgraduate fees

  UK and EU students Overseas students
PGCE £9,000 £11,000
Masters £5,500 £11,500
MBA £8,500 £8,500

2018/19 postgraduate fees

  UK and EU students Overseas students
PGCE £9,250 £11,000
Masters £5,500 £11,500
MBA £8,500 £8,500

 

20% discount for alumni who progress from our undergraduate to postgraduate programmes within two years. This discount does not apply to PGCE.

All fees are per annum unless otherwise stated and additional professional accreditation fees may also apply. Tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase.


Research fees

Research programmes

In 2016/17 and 2017/18 MPhil and PhD programme fees will be £4,106 full-time and £2,050 part-time.


Special awards

Scholarships and Bursaries

Bursaries and scholarships are extra sources of financial help from colleges and universities. They’re paid directly into your bank account and are on top of any student loans or grants you may get and do not have to be repaid.


Scholarship and bursary information

Fees and Funding - PGCE Student

When it happens

Term and semester dates

See this dates for the coming academic year: 

Terms and Semesters 2017-18

 


Students in halls of residence

Student finance

Tuition Fee and Maintenance Loans

You may be able to borrow money to help pay for university or college tuition fees and to help with living costs. 

When you complete the main student finance application you'll be asked whether you consent to Student Finance England sharing your details with your university or college. Giving your consent allows Student Finance England to use information on our behalf to assess what you're entitled to.

Find out how the application process works and what you need to do to apply here. To make sure your first payment is ready at the start of term - don't wait until you've been offered a place on a course.  You’ll need to apply separately for each year of your course.

The fastest and easiest way to apply for student finance is to apply online. Your parents or partner may need to supply financial information to support your application. If you apply online, they will be able to supply their information online as well.

For extra information and advice follow the links for details:

Help with student finance online services

Eligibility for student finance


Tuition and maintenance loans

Finance for postgraduates

Postgraduate Masters’ Loans

Students on eligible Masters courses can apply for a non-means tested Postgraduate Loan of up to £10,280 for full-time and part-time courses of one to four years in duration.
The loan is paid directly to the student as a contribution towards course costs.

Applications usually open around June for the following acdemic year.
More information can be found here.

PGCE and School Direct courses are not eligible for the Postgraduate Loan but instead need to apply for funding as a "undergrad" on the SFE application system.
More information is available here.


Support when you need it most

University Hardship Fund

Plymouth Marjon University also has the University Hardship Fund to assist UK students in exceptional financial difficulty such that continued attendance on their course may be at risk.  In assessing hardship, all available sources of funding, including bursaries and student loans, must have been utilised by the student.  All awards from the University Hardship Fund are discretionary.


Postgraduate student

Helpful links

Student finance guides

Student finance guide by Martin Lewis (of moneysavingexpert.com).

Index of Gov.uk student finance resources.