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Student finance

Student finance: an introduction

A guide to student finance for new students entering higher education

What you could get

Information on loans, grants, bursaries and awards and how to qualify for them

How to apply - new students

Advice on how to apply for financial help for full and part-time courses

Finance after your first year

A guide to the application process and what to do if your circumstances change

Repaying student loans

How you will repay your loan if your course started before 1998 and how you will repay it if your course stared after 1998

Tuition fees for academic year 2015/16

information on tuition fees, depending on your country of residency and where you study

Financially supporting a student

Your rights and responsibilities if you are a parent, spouse or partner of a student

Student finance: other funding

Information on other sources of funding available

Financial support for students from outside Northern Ireland

Advice on student finance available and how to apply for if you are from outside Northern Ireland

Students from other EU countries

Advice on student finance available if you are from a European Union (EU) country outside of the UK

Money tips for graduates (Money Advice Service website)

For help on how to manage your money after you graduate, use the tool on  the Money Advice Service website to get free, personalised tips and start planning the next stage of your life