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Fees and Funding for home students

There are various options of support available to you to help fund your tuition fees and living costs during your studies with us.  

The following information on tuition fees and maintenance loans applies to home students who are applying to Student Finance England (SFE) for their funding. This is because most undergraduates who come to study with us will have SFE as their funding body.

Tuition Fees (by level of study)

 

Programme/Level of Study 2024/2025 UK Home Fee per academic year
Higher National Diplomas (HND) £9,250*
Foundation Degree (FdSc) £9,250
Foundation Year Routes £9,250
Bachelor’s Degrees £9,250
Top-Up Degrees £9,250
Master’s Degrees £8,496
Master of Business Administration (MBA) £9,720 (MBA 3-year part-time – £3,240 per year)

 

*An additional one-off £323.95 Pearson registration fee also applies to students studying a HND programme. Subject to change 31st July 2024

After applying for a Tuition Fee Loan via Student Finance England, the next step for students is to apply for a Maintenance Loan. Your eligibility to apply for a Maintenance Loan, as with a Tuition Fee Loan, depends on various factors – with residency status and previous study being key points to consider. Take a look here to see if you qualify.

Maintenance loan (subject to eligibility)

Full-Time Undergraduate 2022/23
Living with parents £8,171
Living independently £9,706

Check your eligibility and apply for Student Finance

Documented confirmation of payment of your tuition fees by the Student Loans Company is required to be provided to the college.

Should you choose to pay privately, without Student Finance England, you can find our payment options below:

Payment Method Details
BACS or Bank Transfer Bank: National Westminster Bank
Account Name: RTC Education Ltd
Account No: 48354848, Sort Code: 60-23-08
Online (via Flywire)

regentcollege.flywire.com

Full fee due before course start date. Subject to availability. Registration fees are non-refundable. 

To improve access, continuation, achievement and progression within the student body, the College operates several schemes in line with its Access and Participation Plan to that offer financial assistance to students in addition to that which they receive from their maintenance loans from Student Finance England. 

We currently have three bursary awards available to eligible students. The student application must demonstrate at least 90% attendance and 100% submission of assignments – including extensions. Advance payment is not available, and awards are only paid out once attendance and submissions are confirmed. This can take up one month after deadline submission. 

Postcode Bursary 

The postcode bursary is in place to help students who live in deprived areas. All students that apply for the bursary will automatically be registered for the postcode bursary. The maximum amount payable per year of study is £250. 

Care Leaver Bursary

The legal definition of a care leaver comes from The Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000 which states that a Care Leaver is someone who has been in the care of the Local Authority for a period of 13 weeks or more spanning their 16th birthday. The maximum amount payable per year of study is £1,000.

Disability Bursary

The disability bursary seeks to support students who have a disability. You can apply for the Disabled Bursary if you have any kind of disability that affects your ability to study such as the following: 

  • Learning difficulty such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, or ADHD 
  • Mental health condition, such as anxiety or depression 
  • Physical disability such as partially sighted or must use crutches 

Apply for a bursary 

 

The Hardship Fund 

The aim of the Hardship Fund is to support students who may be facing financial difficulties as well as students who may be facing unexpected and significant short-term situation outside their control resulting in them requiring financial assistance. The fund is not in place to support throughout the duration of the programme of studies and is not able to meet all expenditures. The student hardship fund is in place to assist with a contribution to core living costs. The fund cannot support nor contribute towards the payment of tuition fees. Private paying students will need to be up to date with their tuition fee payments before their applications are processed. Each application is assessed on individual need and there is no guarantee that an award will be made. The maximum amount payable is £1,000. Buckinghamshire New University students are also able to apply for the hardship fund with Regent College London. 

Apply for a Hardship Fund 

The Emergency Loan Scheme 

The scheme is only available to students who have not received the first instalment of their maintenance loan. The scheme is not in place to support students throughout the duration of the programme of studies and is not designed to meet all expenditures. The scheme is in place to assist with a contribution to core living costs. Each application is assessed on individual need and there is no guarantee that an award will be made. The maximum amount payable is £500.  

Please note: Approved applicants are required to pay the loan back once they receive their first maintenance loan. 

Students who wish to apply for any of the above must be intending to register directly with Regent College London. Students who are going to register with one of our university partners should enquire with the respective university to learn more about and apply to their financial support mechanism. 

Apply for an Emergency Loan