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How much does it cost to study at Moorlands College?

You can now borrow the full tuition loan from Student Finance.*

Apply for an undergraduate degree at Moorlands College and be covered for all years of study.**

*Only eligible students can borrow the full amount. Find out more below.
**Includes Foundation Year and BA (Hons) degrees.  

You can now borrow the full tuition loan from Student Finance.*

Alumni Postgraduate Scholarship:
Did you study with us at undergraduate level? If so, great news! You can now benefit from a financial incentive to join us at postgraduate level.

*Only eligible students can borrow the full amount. Find out more below.

If you’re interested to know our current fees for 2020/2021, you can view them here.

Undergraduate BA programmes funding information

Our BA (Hons) programmes have been approved by the Office for Students for mandatory awards and student loans. All students should read Financial Support for Higher Education Students which can be found on the Student Finance Services website, or telephone the helpline on 0845 300 5090.

To find out more about whether you’re eligible to borrow the full tuition loan for an undergraduate degree, visit the government website.

If you’ve previously received Higher Education funding (e.g. for a degree programme) it’s unlikely that you will get further help. However, it is still worth asking Student Finance as individual circumstances do vary.

Students with a specific learning disability (e.g. dyslexia) may be eligible for additional funding from their Local Education Authority; this may cover computer equipment, learning support, etc.

It’s possible to make an application to Student Finance England (or the Scotland/Northern Ireland equivalent) before being awarded a formal place here at Moorlands College.

You are advised to commence your application as soon as possible. Applications made after specified deadline dates, may still be made, but Student Finance do not guarantee that your application will be complete prior to the start of the academic year in September, when your first term fees will be payable.

Postgraduate programmes funding information

The UK government now provides a loans scheme for master’s programmes, including our MA in Applied Theology.

For 2021/2022, you can apply to borrow up to £11,222 , which can be used towards tuition fees and expenses. You can borrow this amount even though our MA programme actually costs less.

To see if you’re eligible for the postgraduate loan, please visit https://www.gov.uk/masters-loan.

We encourage you to apply as early as possible, to ensure that funding is in place for the start of the programme. The deadline for applying is nine months after the first day of your second academic year. For full details, and to begin your application process, please visit the Government’s  Student Finance website.

Our MA in Language, Community and Development is now also eligible for student loan applications.

Alumni Postgraduate Scholarship

Did you study with us at undergraduate level?

If so, great news! You can now benefit from a financial incentive to join us at postgraduate level.

Extra funding during your studies

  • Moorlands College Financial Support Packages for undergraduates

See the attached Scholarship policy for more details

See the attached Bursary policy for further details

See the attached Enable policy for further details and to see a full list of which students are eligible.

See the attached Hardship policy for further details

See the attached policy for further details and to see if you qualify for this package.

  • Employment at college
    Limited paid employment may be available to undergraduate students to work in college during the Easter and Summer periods and this often helps with paying fees. You’ll need to have a current UK National Insurance Number to be considered. For further information, please contact us.
  • Your home church and family
    All students greatly benefit in many ways from the support from their home church and surrounding support unit. It’s important that your church leadership backs your application to study here and this may also extend to supporting you financially. However, this will depend on their local circumstances and should be prayerfully considered before making an approach to your church. You may want to consider structured financial help from those around you as a means of helping you financially. Sometimes bursaries are available from charities in your local area.