Funding your studies

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Our courses are built with employability in mind, giving you confidence that the investment you make at SM调教圈 is your best route to a successful future.

You can find all the information on fees and financial support available to you here, whether you are a full-time or part-time, undergraduate or postgraduate, home or international student. The University of Suffolk continues to deliver high quality teaching and learning, creating and sustaining innovative initiatives in widening participation, improving support and facilities for our students, and building employability into the degree courses that we offer.

Take a look at our overview of loans and grants or select an option below for more information about the student finance options available to you.

If you are a current student, please visit the pages.

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Fees and Funding

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Fees and Funding

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Fees and Funding

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Fees and Funding

  • Take a look at the finance and funding options available for full- and part-time UK undergraduates.

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  • Thinking of postgraduate study? Find out about the student finance options available.

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  • Explore the student finance options available to international and EU students.

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  • Our Additional Support section provides more details on support for your student journey

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The University has partnered with Blackbullion, a learning platform designed to help you develop essential money skills for life, to provide free learning content for all students.

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Financial Support

Support for Healthcare Students

Studying a healthcare course? Take a look at the additional funding available.


Managing the cost of living

Managing a budget as a student can be difficult but two of our students have shared lots of hints and tips on making your money go further.

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