Funding information for offer holders

UK students

Channel Islands and Isle of Man students

Students from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are eligible for the same tuition fees as Home/UK students from the 2021/22 academic year onwards. (Please note that this provision may change subject to national policy.) Home tuition fees for each degree course are listed in the online course finder.

Contact your local education department for further details about financing your studies and for advice on whether your island government offers any grants or awards:

EU students

Most EU students starting their studies in the academic year 2021/22 or later will be charged overseas tuition fees and will not be eligible for student loans from the UK government. You can check your fee status to confirm the fees you will pay.

Find out more about funding for students from the EU.

Overseas students

Ensure you make financial arrangements to cover your tuition fees and living costs before starting your course. Tuition fees are listed on each undergraduate course.

You may be eligible to apply for a scholarship toward these costs. 

Visit International students: visa, CAS and arrivals for more information about the support available, and advice as you prepare for Bristol.

Advice on funding

Staff in our Student Funding Office can give advice and offer support. They can offer help with:

  • UK Government financial support and tuition fee loans
  • University bursaries and scholarships 
  • applications for University hardship funds / emergency support payments
  • budgeting and money management
  • financial implications of withdrawing from or suspending studies or transferring courses.

Email: student-funding@bristol.ac.uk
Or call the University Information Point on: +44 (0)117 428 3000

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