We understand that while you will be enthusiastic about going to university, you may be concerned about the costs involved. At Kent, we believe that talented students from a variety of backgrounds should have the opportunity to study here which is why we are investing £6m in student funding opportunities.
Fees for the academic year 2014/15 will be available by spring 2014. Until then read more about the general costs and benefits of studying for your degree.
Learn about the living costs involved with studying at university to help you know in advance what you need to budget for.
There is a range of advice and support available to help you to prepare financially during the course of a university degree.
Undergraduate funding 2014
Funding update: Changes to the National Scholarship Programme in 2014-15
On 28 November 2013 the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and HEFCE announced changes to the National Scholarship Programme (NSP) for 2014-15. We are examining these changes and the funding cuts the government has imposed to see how this may impact on Kent’s financial support schemes. If you’re starting a higher education course in 2014-15 and think you might be eligible for an NSP award, please make sure that you read the HEFCE funding update. You are urged to keep abreast of developments by returning to this site in the coming weeks.