Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2021-2022
Home fees for students based in the UK are set at £9,250 per annum for new students starting in September 2021.
The UK government has confirmed that students from the EU, EEA or Switzerland starting their course in 2021 will no longer be eligible for home fee status, and will instead pay the international tuition fee rate.
Existing home and EU status undergraduate students who began their course of study between 2012 and 2016 have their tuition fees set at £9,000 per annum. Existing students who began their course of study between 2017 and 2021 will have their tuition fees set at £9,250.
International tuition fees can be found on the online prospectus.
Important to know: All tuition fees may be subject to additional increases in subsequent years of study, in line with King’s terms and conditions.
For further information and detail, please refer to Student Funding: Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2021-22.
Student Loans & Grants 2020-21
The student support package offered by the government is available to most full-time, home, undergraduate, first degree students.
The main student finance package includes:
Students who started in 2016-17 or earlier may also be eligible for:
Tuition fee loans pay for your course.
Maintenance loans and grants help with living costs (e.g. accommodation, books, bills). The Student Finance Calculator will let you calculate the amount of maintenance loan you're likely to receive.
You have to pay back loans but you don’t need to pay back grants.
You may also be eligible for extra help on top of this, e.g. if you study abroad.
For further information and detail, including details on how and when to apply, as well as variations based on your country of residence including for EU nationals, please refer to Student Funding: Loans & Grants 2020-21.
Key questions about funding
For the key questions about funding, visit our Student Funding FAQs.
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