Funding your studies

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How to pay your course fees

We know that getting your course funding arranged in time can be a bit of a chore, so we want you to know that we can help

Your current funding situation will fit into one of these three groups.

1. You have already applied for funding from Student Finance England/Wales/Northern Ireland

(Only home or EU students)

If your tuition fees are being paid by Student Finance you should bring evidence of your assessment to enrolment. Doing this quickly should mean that there is no delay to your student loan being paid. Once again, we need to see evidence of your assessment at enrolment so please bring all the relevant paperwork on the day.

2. You have not yet applied for funding from Student Finance England/Wales/Northern Ireland

(Only home or EU students)

If you have not yet applied for your funding, you should do so immediately via the Gov.UK website.

For further information on your entitlement to funding according to your individual circumstances, please visit our funding your studies pages.

3. You are self-financing

If you're paying for your fees yourself you will need to do this before you can enrol. Details of methods and terms of payment are available on our ways to pay page.

Self-financing

If you are paying for your fees yourself then you will need to do this before you can enrol. Details of methods and terms of payment are available on our ways to pay page.

Postgraduate Loan

If you plan to take either a postgraduate master's course degree course from this September, you may be able to get a Postgraduate Loan of up to £10,280. The loan, which is not means tested, can be used toward course fees and living costs. As the loan is paid directly into your bank account, you will be considered as a self-financing student (please see above), unless this is approved prior to your enrolment.

If you have not yet applied for your funding, you should do so immediately.

Are there any discounts available to me?

If you are a self-funding student you may be entitled to a discount. Visit our Fee reductions pages to find out about London Met fee reductions available and how to apply. 

For further advice about funding and policy documents visit the funding section.

 

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