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 from Student Finance England. Don't forget to apply as early as possible to secure your fees before you start your course.  

Fees for 2021 entry 

Fees for full-time students 

Full-time courses with a 2021 entry are charged at £8,250 per year.

Fees for Honours degrees with Foundation Entry will be charged at £4,900 before the fee reverts to being the same as three year Honours degrees in the subsequent years of the course.

PGCE (Education and Training) courses will be charged at £6,250. 

Laws LLM (Masters) courses will be charged at £5,400 per year.

Read more about fees for full-time students with a 2021 entry.

Fees for part-time students

For 2021 entry we will charge £1,200 a module for part-time undergraduate modules with a value of 20 credits. Modules with a credit value other than 20 credits will be charged on a pro-rata basis.

Read our Tuition Fee Policy, 2021-22 for more information.

Read more about fees for part-time students with a 2021 entry.

Fees for EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals

If you are an EU, other EEA or Swiss national – you will no longer be eligible for ‘home’ fee status if you are starting a Blackburn University Centre course in September 2021. Instead, you’ll be required to pay our fees for international students.

Fees for international students

Full-time HNC and HND courses with a 2021 entry are charged at £9,000 per year.

Full-time Degree courses with a 2021 entry are charged at £9,500 per year.

Student Loans for EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals

If you’re starting a course at Blackburn University Centre in September 2021, you must have settled or pre-settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme to get student finance. This does not apply if you’re an Irish national.

Additional Course Costs

When studying at Higher Education level you may incur costs in addition to your course or programme fees. Not all courses or programmes incur additional costs but it is useful for you to be aware of the types of things you may have to pay for.

Read more about Additional Course Costs.

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?

We can help you apply for your Student Finance. Please contact our Student Finance team on 01254 292839 or email studentfinance@blackburn.ac.uk