Funding, fees and charges

Undergraduate funding

Undergraduates are classed as either 'publicly funded' or 'privately funded' for fee purposes.

Publicly funded

Home or European Union undergraduates who are eligible for student support through Student Finance and the Student Loan Company, the Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS) or the Student Finance Services EU team.

Undergraduates are charged a University Composition Fee (Tuition Fee) which if you have elected not to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan, and you are therefore responsible for the payment of your Tuition Fees, is payable in three termly instalments to the Tutorial Office.

If you have applied for a Tuition Fee Loan, or are in the process of applying, then you must provide a copy of your University or College Payment Advice - issued by Student Finance; or SAAS Award Notice to the Tutorial and Student Finance Manager (studentfinance@sid.cam.ac.uk) as soon as possible.

You are responsible for funding and managing your own maintenance costs.

Privately funded

Home or European Union Undergraduates who are not eligible for support through Student Finance and the Student Loan Company, the Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS) or the Student Finance Services EU team or are from outside of the European Union.

Undergraduates are charged a University Composition Fee (Tuition Fee) and a College Fee, and these are payable in three termly instalments to the Tutorial Office.

You are responsible for funding and managing your own maintenance costs.

Important

If you are anything other than self-funded, for example, funded by a third party (scholarships, bursaries, University Department etc.), you must provide the Tutorial and Student Finance Manager (studentfinance@sid.cam.ac.uk) with full details by 6 October 2020 so that your funding body can be invoiced accordingly.