Choosing a university will be one of the most important decisions you will ever make. At the University of Liverpool, we offer you an excellent all-round student experience in a renowned Russell Group University environment and we hope to give you the opportunity to build the foundations for a successful career.
These pages explain the costs you can expect as a Home/EU student at the University of Liverpool and the sources of funding that are available to support you.
Your course fees do not have to be paid upfront. Instead, you can take out a tuition fee loan which is paid straight to the University. More about Tuition fees.
The Government offers financial support for students resident in England via a range of loans, scholarships and bursaries. More about Government funding.
You will only start repaying any government loans (tuition and living costs) in the month of April after you leave university, if you are in work and earning over £25,000 per year. More about Repayments.
If you are applying from outside the EU, you can learn all about the financial aspects of being a student at Liverpool on our International money and scholarships pages.
Scholarships and bursaries
If you are starting University this year, learn all about the help available from our Scholarships and bursaries.
Students on programmes funded by the NHS (2016 entry and before) are eligible to apply for a specific NHS bursary. From 2017 entry, students on programmes which were previously NHS funded follow the same funding arrangements as other programmes. More about NHS funding.
Applying for funding
If you are eligible for the tuition fee loan, maintenance loan or any University scholarships or bursary, find out how to apply.
The Money Advice and Guidance Team
The Money Advice and Guidance Team can offer advice and guidance on all aspects of statutory student finance, access to Learning Fund, budgeting, debt and welfare benefits.
We want to try and help you prepare for the day-to-day costs of studying. These might include things like photocopying in the library, buying textbooks and specialist equipment or going on field classes. For information on what these courses might include, see our study costs page.