Funding your studies

Financial support for students on four-year extended degrees (for students starting a course from the 2018-19 academic year)

If you choose to study one of London Met's extended degree courses starting in the 2018-19 academic year, you might be eligible for the following financial support:

  • a £1,000 bursary when you join us in Year 0 if you are receiving the full Maintenance Loan
  • a £1,000 progression and achievement award when you progress from Year 0 to Year 1 with an overall mark of 60% or more

Eligibility criteria

  • You must enrol onto a four-year extended degree programme.
  • You are only eligible for the bursary if you are receiving the full Maintenance Loan and have a household income of £25,000 or less.
  • You must be a permanent resident in the UK and be a home student for fee purposes.
  • You must be new student and should not already hold a first degree or higher qualification.
  • In order to be eligible for the progression and achievement award you must complete Year 0 with an overall mark of 60% or higher and enrol onto Year 1.
  • Continued eligibility for bursary is dependent on a good attendance record (attending 75% or more of your classes).

If you start your course in September you need to meet your eligibility criteria by the last Friday of March in the following calendar year. If you start your course in January you need to meet all eligibility criteria by the last Friday of July in the same calendar year. The deadline for all assessments is 31 May.

If you decide to study part-time, your bursaries and fees will be based on a pro-rata calculation.

You may also be eligible for the Care Leaver Bursary, as well as a range of other grants and loans.

Restrictions and exemptions

  • See eligibility criteria above.

How to apply

Once you have enrolled with us, we will send you information on how you claim your bursary. If you are studying part-time, please complete the part-time bursary application formThe payments for each award are made in three equal instalments (in October, February and May for students beginning a course in September) provided you remain eligible.


At a glance

Maximum value: £2,000
Open to: Cash bursary: UK students
Progression and achievement award: UK and EU students
Studying at level: Undergraduate
The information on this page applies to students starting courses in these academic years (as indicated):

2018-19

Ways to fund your studies

Bursaries and grants

Funding your studies

Bursaries and grants can help you cover a range of expenses whilst studying, including your living costs.

Fee reductions and discounts

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The fee reductions that are available can depend on your level of study and where you are from.

Loans

Funding your studies

The types of student loan available to you depend on where you are from and whether you are looking to study an undergraduate or a postgraduate course.

Scholarships

Funding your studies

Available scholarships depend on your level of study and where you are from.

Ways to pay

Funding your studies

How you pay your tuition fees depends on the type of funding you have, where you are from and whether you are studying at undergraduate or postgraduate level.