Fees, Scholarships and Living Costs
When thinking about studying at university, finance will always be an important factor. There are costs to be met: tuition fees, books, accommodation, travel and living expenses. But there are also possible sources of funding: loans and grants, bursaries and scholarships. And there is always advice available through the University and through national online resources.
Fee information for undergraduate courses starting in 2013. For questions regarding payment of fees, please contact email@example.com
Tuition fees and accommodation costs are considered separately. You can either pay your tuition fees in full prior to the start of your academic year or in two instalments with the first instalment payable prior to the start of your academic year and the second instalment due towards the beginning of the next term. Exact dates will be confirmed in your fee statement which will be emailed to your University account during your first term. In order to register for your course it is a requirement that at least the first instalment has been paid. If you choose to pay in two instalments and the second instalment is not paid by the due date, this could lead to the suspension of your registration.
For students starting their course in October 2013, the University are offering a comprehensive package of scholarships
- UK and EU students http://www2.le.ac.uk/study/fees/2013
- International students
School of Law Scholarships
The School of Law offers scholarships for international students awarded on the basis of academic merit, positive community contribution and/or financial need.
We are pleased to announce the first of our scholarships for entry in 2013. Five Canadian students will receive scholarships worth £3,000 per year.
|Scholarship||Canadian Spring Scholarships
|Value||£3000 per year
|Eligibility||Canadian nationality / residency
||7 June 2013
Scholarship applications can only be submitted after candidates have applied for and received an offer for one of our law degree programmes in the University of Leicester, School of Law.
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Further scholarships for students starting in October 2013 may be released in due course.
The cost of living in Leicester is very reasonable compared with many other cities in the UK. It is very difficult to estimate living costs, as every student has different expectations! The University’s International Office suggests that students should budget around £680-£730 per month to cover living costs for a student lifestyle, including accommodation, lighting, heating, food, daily local travel, books/stationery and modest clothing, leisure and personal expenses. Advice about budgeting is available from the Student Welfare Service