Tuition fees for Home students
Our tuition fees for 2022 entry for home students are £9,250.
Tuition fees for International students
Our tuition fees for 2022 entry for international students are £14,000. For further information about deposit payments and payment details please click here.
Our tuition fees for 2023 students for international students
Economics BSc (Hons), English BA (Hons), History BA (Hons), Law LLB (Hons), Philosophy BA (Hons), Psychology BSc (Hons), Politics & Data Science BSc (Hons), Politics & International Relations BSc (Hons), Philosophy & Computer Science BSc (Hons): £21,000 per year
Business Administration BSc (Hons), Data Science BSc (Hons), Computer Science & Business BSc (Hons): £25,000 per year
Scholarships for Home and International students
NCH offers a number of prestigious scholarships to students who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement and potential.
There is no scholarship application. All applicants for our undergraduate degree programmes are automatically considered for a scholarship award.
Scholarship awards are a £500 bank transfer payment in GBP which a student will receive after the Reading Week of their first term of studies. Students must complete enrolment, continue their studies through to Reading Week, and pay any outstanding fees in order to receive the award. The £500 scholarship award applies for the first year of studies only.
Home students may also be eligible to apply for a means-tested bursary (please see Bursaries for Home Students below).
Bursaries for Home students
Please note that only the following home fees students are eligible to apply for a means-tested bursary:
- UK nationals who have lived in the UK, EEA, Switzerland, or Gibraltar for at least the last three years AND have lived continuously there between 31 December 2020 and the start of their course
- Irish nationals who have lived in the UK and Islands for three years before the start of their course
- EU, EEA and Swiss citizens with settled status (or Indefinite Leave to Remain or permanent residency) who have been ordinarily resident in the UK or Islands for the three years immediately before the start of their course (unless the residency in the UK or Islands was mainly for the purpose of education)
Unfortunately, EU, EEA and Swiss citizens with pre-settled status are not eligible to apply for one of our means-tested bursaries.
Students can receive both a scholarship and bursary award.
The College awards bursaries on a yearly basis and at three levels:
- Household income up to £18,000: £3,000 bursary
- Household income £18,001 to £42,000: £2,000 bursary
- Household income £42,001 to £42,875: £1,000 bursary
Students who are estranged from their parents and/or guardians and are thus independent, or students under Local Authority Care, may be eligible for a further bursary award of up to £1,000 in addition to any standard bursary award. Additional documentation may be requested to prove a student’s estrangement or care leaver status.
You can take your bursary as cash to help with your living costs, to help pay your accommodation, or even to help with tuition fees. It is up to you how you choose to use your bursary. Bursary funds will be disbursed in three payments over the academic year.
You can apply directly for a bursary here. (Please only fill out this form if you are a home fees student)
If you are applying to SLC (or other national schemes) for a maintenance loan, please select the option to share financial information with NCH as the institution you choose to enrol with. In such cases, we will automatically have access to most, if not all, of the necessary evidence regarding your financial circumstances. You will still be required to submit the above application in order to commence the assessment process.
Please note that in some cases, we may require additional information in order to carry out our assessment. If this applies, you will be contacted.
Tuition fee loans for Home students
Home students starting their first undergraduate degree may be eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan. To determine if you are entitled to a tuition fee loan, and how to apply, please visit gov.uk/student-finance. There are funding agencies in the UK for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, to which you should apply depending on your residency.
- Student Finance England (for students from England)
- Student Finance NI (for students from Northern Ireland)
- Student Awards Agency Scotland (for students from Scotland)
- Student Finance Wales (For students from Wales)
How student finance works
Maintenance loans for Home students
Students who are resident and settled in England may be eligible for a maintenance loan from the Student Loans Company. The amount of loan you receive will vary according to your household income. You can use your loan to pay for accommodation and living costs such as transportation and food. For further details on maintenance loan amount and eligibility, please visit gov.uk/student-finance.
Paying your fees
We are happy to receive payment of your fees in one lump sum, by term or by monthly Direct Debit. Your fee schedule will show the termly payments as they seem to be the most popular options amongst our students but do not hesitate to contact the finance team on email@example.com should you wish to arrange monthly payments.