Find additional financial support for travel, meals and accommodation costs, course equipment, and childcare from one of these schemes.
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As well as a student loan, there’s other financial support available from a range of sources. Find out more about funding your undergraduate course.
Undergraduate tuition fees and student loans
How much are tuition fees and how are you going to pay for them? Find out how to fund your studies and how to apply here.
UCAS Undergraduate: Care experienced students
If you are in care, or have experience of being in care in the past, there's lots of support available in higher education to help you with finance, accommodation, and settling in.
Undergraduate: Individual needs
Higher education is an inclusive environment where support can be provided to help you study. Find out more.
Some universities require you to sit an admissions test as part of the application process – discover the different types of assessment here.
Sending exam results
We receive many results from the exam boards that grade your exams – these are listed below. If yours isn't there, you need to send results to your unis, colleges, or conservatoires.
How to pay for uni
One of the biggest concerns for students and their parents is the cost of university. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know about fees, finance, and repayment.
How can technology and blended learning support the Journey to a Million?
Heidi Fraser-Krauss, Chief Executive Officer, Jisc
What does the Journey to a Million mean for widening access and participation, levelling up, and how do we maintain the interest of disadvantaged students?
Rt. Hon Justine Greening, Former Secretary of State for Education and Chairman of the Purpose Coalition, examines what the Journey to a Million means for widening access and participation, levelling up and how we maintain the interest of disadvantaged students.
Finance and funding for care experienced students
Many students are worried about managing their money – and if you're in care, or have experience of being in care in the past, this may seem like a particular challenge. But there's lots of help for you.
Get your finances uni-ready
It’s almost time to go to university, but it’s super important to get your finances in order first. Tick these off your list before you start uni and you’ll be well on your way to being in control of your own money.
Fees and funding for distance learning
Find out how to fund your studies for distance learning undergraduate degrees in the UK, and ways you can fund this. Plus, we detail other costs you need to cover.
HE provider good practice briefing for estranged students
This good practice briefing is written for staff working in universities and colleges and supports the introduction of the new flag to identify estranged students in the UCAS application for 2023 entry. We have worked with Stand Alone to outline the common challenges for these students, share examples of good practice being done around the UK to improve access to and success in higher education, and provide considerations ahead of the new question.
Scholarships, grants, and bursaries: Disabled students
Every year, over 60,000 students with physical and/or mental health conditions and learning differences apply through UCAS to study at a university or college in the UK. Here you can find out what additional funding you’re eligible for to help you succeed with your studies, day-to-day activities and lifestyle.