Our finance pages contain information for students looking to join us in 2017/18. Here you will find details about tuition fees for 2017/18, how they are paid, the funding available from the government and how to get it.
If you can't find the information you are looking for contact the University's Student Finance Team on +44 (0) 1962 827008 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your tuition fees go towards funding the various resources associated with taking a course at the University of Winchester.
The University will be able to provide the resources, staff contact and support you need and deserve. It means that you will benefit from more contact with staff, first-class teaching equipment and an attractive learning environment.
We are very proud of the student experience at Winchester and we aim to make it even better for our students over the next few years.
In 2017/18, the full-time Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) tuition fee will be £9,250 for UK and EU students.
Part-time/ Flexi Fees
Students on these courses are billed and receive funding equivalent to that offered to part-time Undergraduate students.
New undergraduate students are charged £1,156 per 15 credit module and this will be pro rata for Part Time/Flexi PGCE modules which are normally 20 credits. This results in a net modular fee of approximately £1,542. The PGCE has 6 (20 credit) modules.
This fee applies to new UK and EU students entering in 2017/18 and will rise annually at the rate permitted by government regulations. The maximum fee charged in a given year will not exceed the Government permitted rate of £6,935.
Channel Islands and Isle of Man
Students from the Islands will be charged as follows in 2017/18:
Full time: £9,250 per year
Part-time: £1,156 per (15 credit) module or £1,542 per 20 credit module.
Please be aware that students from the Islands are not eligible for student loans from the UK government, or bursaries, fee waivers, or scholarships from the University. These students should apply to the Islands for financial support.
Full-time PGCE students are able to apply for Tuition Fee and Living Cost support through Student Finance in the same way as Undergraduate students. Part-time students are able to apply for a Tuition Fee loan only.
PGCE students are not eligible to apply for the Postgraduate Loan.
Students following a salaried School Direct programme will not be eligible to apply to Student Finance as their course costs are normally covered by the school where they are training. They may still be eligible for a PGCE bursary.
Government PGCE Bursaries
The government provides financial support for students on both full-time and part-time/flexi PGCE courses:
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For more information visit the Get into Teaching website
Tuition Fee Loans are available for both full-time and new part-time/flexi students.
Full-time students can also apply for maintenance loans from the government to cover their living costs.
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