Paying fees and arranging your funding are an essential part of academic life. We explain the dates, deadlines and processes that you need.
Find details on paying the University, information on how to arrange both University and external funding and how your level of support may be affected by studying abroad.
If you're paying fees yourself, with a loan or through a sponsor, you'll find details here on the options available to pay your tuition fees, resit charges and accommodation fees.
Information about funding you may be able to access to help you with your studies. Find out about the Leeds Hardship fund, Leeds Bursary and Leeds Financial Support.
Useful information about external funding available including Maintenance and Tuition Fee Loans for UK students and country-specific schemes for US and Canadian students.
A year abroad as part of your studies can be an exciting and invaluable experience. Before you decide, there are cost and funding implications of a year abroad or work placement to think through.
From looking for part-time work, advice about funding your time in Leeds to graduate job hunting, our team of experts can support and guide through the world of employment.
Full-time students are eligible for Council Tax exemptions or discounts. The amount you pay will depend on your living arrangements.
To receive University funding you must first provide details of a UK bank account. Find out how you can do this quickly and easily via Minerva.
Although we usually deal directly with our students, third parties can contact us if they will be paying your tuition or accommodation fees.
If you find yourself in financial hardship, please don't feel alone; there are people you can talk to and who can advise you on how to deal with your debt.
The below awards are open to current students of the University of Leeds.
As a condition of charging higher tuition fees, the University produces an annual Access Agreement which sets out how we will sustain or improve access, student success and progression for students from under-represented groups.
Some of you may be contacted by your bank to let you know that your account details have been changed. This is because of a government recommendation that requires large UK banks to separate core retail banking, which includes personal accounts, from investment banking.