The costs associated with getting a degree can seem daunting, but at Arden we provide options to make sure finance isn’t a barrier to achieving your goals. Not only can you pay-as-you-go, pay in instalments and get discounted payment in full, you can also study without paying a penny up-front by taking out a tuition fee loan, if you are from the UK or EU and going to university in 2016/17.
You can explore the full eligibility criteria on the UK Government website.
Watch this 1 minute video from Student Finance England, that explains what loans are available and how and when to apply
If you're a student from England who is enrolling on a blended learning course with Arden (based part time in a study centre) then you're also entitled to a living cost loan to help pay for living expenses. Our distance learning students are not eligible for a living cost loan.
If you're a student from Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland you can find information on living cost loans from your student finance body. Students from other EU countries are not eligible for living cost loans.
You can get an idea of what your loan repayments could be using the GOV.UK loan repayment calculator.
To find out more about courses and funding options through Arden University, browse our courses or call our friendly admissions team.
Even if you don’t want to take advantage of the loans available, at Arden University we offer great value qualifications and flexible payment options, so that you can stay in control of your finance and focus on your learning.
Visit our Fees and Funding page for details on Employer Sponsorship, discounted Payment in Full, Instalments and Pay-as-you-go, or speak to our admissions team on 0800 268 7737.
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