Undergraduate Funding film
In November 2010, the Government set out new plans to reform higher education and student finance.
This means that from Autumn 2012:
Any university will be allowed to charge a graduate contribution of £6,000 per year for university courses.
Some will be able to charge up to £9,000 subject to meeting conditions regarding widening participation and fair access.
No student will be required to pay their tuition costs upfront, regardless of their household income.
All eligible UK students will be able to access a tuition fee loan for the full amount of their tuition, regardless of their household income.