Funding your study
Full-time and part-time 'Home' and EU students studying for their first undergraduate or PGCE course may be eligible to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan to cover their course fees. In addition, full-time 'Home' students may also be eligible to apply for help towards their living costs. Find out more information about Student loans and grants.
The University of Northampton Bursary 2012/13 and National Scholarship Programme 2012/13 may also be available to students from low income households who meet certain eligibility criteria. Students can also apply for The University of Northampton's range of other scholarships and awards.
Additional University funding may also be available to students who encounter financial difficulties or have additional costs such as childcare responsibilities. Other help with funding may also be available, such as assistance from charities and trusts and help with healthcare costs.
Use our funding finder to find out more about the different types of financial support which may be available to you.
NHS funded courses
Undergraduate 'Home' and EU students undertaking NHS funded courses may be eligible for support from the NHS with their tuition fees. Full-time 'Home' students may also be assessed for help towards their living costs.
'Home' students studying for a full-time undergraduate Social Work course may be eligible to receive a Social Work Bursary.
Postgraduate and research students
There is usually no statutory funding available for postgraduate and research students (in comparison to what may be available to undergraduate students), but there may be other help with funding available to you, as well as some scholarships and awards.Use our funding finder to find out more about the different types of financial support which may be available to you.