Fees & Finances

Your finances

When coming to University, you will have two main costs. These will be Tuition Fees and Living Costs.

Tuition Fees

The important thing to remember about the tuition fees is that UK/EU students do not have to pay the tuition fee up front – you study first and pay back when you’re earning. You don’t have to pay any tuition fees up front or while you are studying (although you can if you want to). The payment is deferred until after you graduate through a tuition fee loan. You will start to repay the loan as soon as you start earning over £21,000 a year.

Living Costs

I won the Bangor Merit Scholarship which is £1,500, broken to £500 per year of study. The money that I get each year will help me to buy academic books as they can be pricey. It felt incredibly amazing to be the only one in Conwy being rewarded this scholarship. I consider myself being very lucky.

Sophie Jade Griffith-Lucas
Criminology and Criminal Justice

All students, whether or not they are living at home, will have costs to meet. The main costs are accommodation, rent, bills, food, clothing, books, equipment, travel and socialising.

Help and Support

Whatever your circumstances, there is help available to all students to deal with the costs of university. You will recieve help from the government and from the University.

Check out our Student Finance pages for more information or contact the Money Support Unit for advice and support.

Scholarships & Bursaries

We offer over £3.4m in bursaries and scholarships to new and returning students. For new students in 2017, this includes Merit Scholarships of up to £3,000. Bursaries offered include up to £1,000 a year for those from lower income families and £1,000 for students from care.

More information and details on how to apply for our scholarships and bursaries can be found on our Student Finance pages.

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