Help with Fees & Funding Advice
You may find the following information useful if you need help with funding your studies
Tuition Fee Loans are now available for our University of Hertfordshire courses. To be eligible for the tuition fee loan, this would usually be the first time you have studied on a Higher Education course and you must be ordinarily resident in England.
Tuition Fee Loans are also available to full time students who are resident in Wales. You will find further details in our fees section.
If you are resident in England, Wales or Northern Ireland, you intend to study full time and you are unable to attend university for reasons of ill health or disability, you may be eligible to apply for student loan funding for our degree level courses. Please contact us for further information.
Extra financial help is available to disabled students studying on a full or part-time basis through Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs). These grants are paid in addition to the standard student finance package. They do not depend on income and do not have to be repaid.
You will find further information about funding for disabled students on the GOV.UK website.
IDI Employers Discount Scheme
The IDI Employers Discount Scheme offers generous discounts to employers who are willing to contribute to their employees’ course fees. If you are combining your studies with full or part time employment, you should be eligible for support from the Scheme.
Fee Grant and Course Grant Funding
Students on Higher Education courses who started their studies before September 2012 or who are not eligible for Tuition Fee Loans may be able to apply for a Fee Grant and Course Grant to help towards funding their studies.
You may find the GOV.UK Student Finance Calculator helpful.