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.
Please note that as a student progresses onto further years of study (where the course is longer than one year in length), the tuition fees are normally subject to annual inflationary increases.
Foundation degrees are normally taken as part-time study. For new UK and EU entrants in 2016-17 taking 60 credits, the cost of part-time study will be:
- Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies: £2,000
- BA (Hons) Childhood Studies (Top Up): £2,000
Tuition fee support
New part-time UK and EU students who start their course after September 2012 are eligible to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan from the Government provided they are studying at an intensity of at least 25% of the equivalent full-time course. For further information on Tuition Fee Loans please go to the Student Finance website.
Students taking 120 credits in an academic year will normally be regarded as full-time. Students studying a full-time foundation degree will be considered for the University's financial support package. Tuition fees for new UK and EU entrants in 2016-17 are as follows:
- Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies: £4,000
- BA (Hons) Childhood Studies (Top Up): £4,000
Tuition fee support
UK and EU full-time students do not have to pay fees upfront before starting their course or whilst they are studying as they are eligible for a Tuition Fee Loan. For further information on Tuition Fee Loans please go to the Student Finance website.
All students should initially apply for the full Tuition Fee Loan unless they wish to self-fund all or part of the year.
Students from Channel Islands and Isle of Man:
Students from the Islands will be charged the same fees as shown above.
Please be aware that students from the Islands are not eligible for student loans from the UK government, as well as bursaries, fee waivers, or scholarships from the University, with the exception of the Academic Achievement Award. Students should apply to the Islands for financial support.