Foundation degree tuition fees and loans - 2016-17 entry students

2016-2017 fees

Foundation degree fees 2016-17 year of entry Home and EU Students

 Full-timePart-time

University of Greenwich main campuses

£6,000Pro-rata  full-time fee

Partner Colleges

£6,000Pro-rata  full-time fee

Financial support

Students studying undergraduate programmes, including foundation degrees, part or full-time can apply for a variety of loans and grants to support the cost of their studies. The level of entitlement depends on a number of factors including personal eligibility, mode of study and family income.

If you will be studying your foundation degree at one of our partner colleges, you still need to apply for student support as a University of Greenwich student and as such, should provide the university’s details on your application form. You will need to list the college you attend as the campus of study.

Student support package

The student support you will receive to enable you to fund your studies will depend on a number of factors including where you study and your personal circumstances.

Students living in England

If you live in England and are entering higher education to study a programme which is eligible for student support you should visit the student finance webpages which contain detailed information on the support available and how to apply.

Students living in other parts of the UK

If you live in other parts of the UK, you should visit the relevant website below.

EU nationals

If you are an EU National intending to studying in England, you may only be entitled to apply for a tuition fee loan to support your studies. To determine the level of your eligibility you should visit the government Student Finance website and complete the form finder questionnaire.

Support and advice

We recommend that you spend time planning your finances before coming to university. Managing money for the first time or on a reduced income is not easy. Forward planning will allow you to identify areas where you can save money. For more information and advice, visit our Money Doctors web pages.