Fees and financial support for University Centre students

Going to University is not as expensive as you think. There are no upfront fees to pay if you take out a Tuition Fee Loan. Don't forget to apply as early as possible to secure your fees before you start your course.

Fees for 2017 entry

Full-time courses with a 2017/18 entry are charged at £8,250 per year , with a £500 bursary available (subject to eligibility criteria being met). Part-time courses with a 2017/18 entry will be charged at £5,600.

PGCE (Education and Training) courses will be charged at £6,000. 

Fees for full-time students - 2016 entry

For 2016/17 entry we will charge £7,500 a year for full-time undergraduate courses. That’s still £1,500 a year less than many other institutions – a £4,500 saving over the course of a standard three year Honours degree.

Our PGCE (Education & Training) will be charged at £6,000 in 2016 and the first year of all our Foundation Entry degrees will be charged at £3,900 before the fee reverts to being the same as three year Honours degrees in the subsequent years of the course.

Read more about fees for full-time students with a 2016 entry.

Fees for part-time students - 2016 entry

For 2016/17 entry we will charge £650 a module for part-time undergraduate modules with a value of 15 credits. Modules with a credit value other than 15 credits will be charged on a pro-rata basis. It is cheaper to undertake a course part-time rather than full-time but it will take you longer to complete your qualification. 

Read more about fees for part-time students with a 2016 entry.

Loans and grants 

There's a range of financial support available to assist you with your studies. Read more about grants and loans available to University Centre students. 

Need help or advice?

At University Centre at Blackburn College we can help you apply for your Tuition Fee Loan. Please contact our Student Finance team on 01254 292839 or email hestudentfinance@blackburn.ac.uk to make an appointment.