Fees and funding

Undergraduate

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Fees

Fee information is available on individual course pages. Please see your course page to find out the latest fee information.

School scholarships

Any school-specific scholarships which are available will be listed below. Please select the tab relating to your fee status to view.

Other scholarships and funding

For details of other funding including Leeds Financial Support (one in three of our UK students receive this additional non-repayable funding from us) take a look at the University of Leeds undergraduate funding overview.


There are no scholarships in this category.

2019-20

The School of Education is offering a scholarship of £2,000 to any self-funded International Foundation Year (IFY) student who successfully completes the IFY element and progresses into level 1 of a School of Education undergraduate degree in September 2019..

  • Value - what money is on offer

    £2,000

  • Who is eligible

    These scholarships are awarded automatically (no application is required) to any self-funding student classified as international for tuition fee purposes and not in receipt of any other University of Leeds award. The scholarship will be awarded in subsequent years of the full degree programme as long as you achieve at least 60%.

  • How to apply

    These scholarships are awarded automatically (no application is required) to any student classified as international for tuition fee purposes and not in receipt of any other University of Leeds award.

  • Conditions

    The School of Education is offering a scholarship of £2,000 to any self-funded International Foundation Year (IFY) student who successfully completes the IFY element and progresses into level 1 of a School of Education undergraduate degree in September 2019. This will be renewed for progression to levels 2 and 3 subject to students achieving a yearly attainment percentage of 60%. The scholarship will be withheld in a year where a student fails to achieve 60% but will be reinstated the following year if the student's performance recovers to 60% or above.

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