Finance and funding

Your money matters  The words ‘student finance’ might sound scary. But don’t worry, we can help you understand how it all works, and what you need to do next.

Find out everything you need to know about tuition fees, student loans and bursaries and scholarships.

Read our guide to undergraduate finance

Tuition fees

Tuition fees are one of the main costs of studying at university. At Hartpury, your tuition fees cover a variety of costs including the teaching of lectures, tutorials and lab sessions.

The tuition fees also contribute to the running of a vibrant student community. The fee is due at the start of each academic year of your studies, but most students choose to take out a student loan to cover this cost.

Hartpury University alumni are eligible for a 20% discount on University tuition fees.

The fees detailed below are for students enrolling for the academic year 2021/22. These fees may change in future years.

Undergraduate (UK) Students

Postgraduate (UK) Students

International Students (including EU)

Financial support

Student loans

While you're studying you'll have two main costs – tuition fees and living costs. If you're from the UK, you can apply for an undergraduate or postgraduate loan to cover your tuition fees and living costs.

Student loans

Bursaries, scholarships and extra loans

Our bursaries, scholarships and grants involve financial rewards that don't have to be paid back. We also offer a Hartpury Hardship loan - this is required to be paid back.

Bursaries, scholarships and extra loans

Work at Hartpury

There are plenty of opportunities to work at Hartpury while you’re a student here.

If you’re passionate and motivated, our Student Ambassador scheme could be a great way to earn money while working flexibly around your studies. You could be helping at recruitment events such as open days or careers fairs, sharing your expertise and experience with potential students, or doing office work with the marketing team.

Our Innovation, Careers and Enterprise team also advertise part-time job opportunities to boost your CV and earn you some extra spending money.