UK and EU Students
Home/UK students, who are starting their course in September, can pay for their undergraduate course using a Student Finance Loan. In this case, no tuition fee deposit is required.
Please note, only EU students with settled status may be eligible for student finance funding.
Check if you’re eligible for student finance, find out how much you can get, how to apply and when you start repaying.
Whether you qualify for student finance depends on:
- your university or college
- your course
- if you’ve studied a higher education course before
- your age
- your nationality or residency status
Home/UK Tuition Fees
Once you have made your initial student finance application, you may need to update your details if your course or university details have changed. This can be done via a change of circumstance form via your student finance portal. Here you can:
- Change your university from any UK university to Brunel University London (Campus Code: B84)
- Change your course through clearing
- Change where you will be living (e.g. with your parents instead of in halls)
If you need any help with your student finance application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Home/EU students who are self-funding their tuition fees, a deposit payment of £4,625 is required, however, the College does offer flexible instalment plans for the second semester. To find out more, please email email@example.com.
This year Brunel Pathway College (BPC) are unable to continue to offer the EU tuition fees to be aligned to Home tuition fees for 2024/5 recruitment.
However, we are pleased to announce substantial tuition fee discounts for EU nationals currently residing in the UK and EU, who are categorized as overseas fee-paying students. This initiative is in alignment with Brunel University London’s approach.
EU (Non-settled) Tuition Fees
Please note that the applicants with home fee status and those applying for postgraduate are not eligible for this discount.
Applicants who are unsure of their fee status should note BPC uses the information they have provided in their application form to assess fee status against regulations set by the UK government.