The fees for 2014 entry will be announced soon. As a guide, for 2013 the tuition fees were £9,000 per academic year for home and EU students.
You can choose to pay your tuition fees up-front, or to take out a tuition fee loan from the Student Loans Company.
Please note that tuition fees are quoted for the current academic year only. They're subject to annual review and are likely to increase by approximately 3% to 5% each year. This means for a programme that is more than one year long, a similar fee (adjusted for inflation) will be charged in subsequent years. Part-time students will therefore also be charged a higher fee in the second and subsequent years of their programme. To qualify to pay the lower ‘home’ rate of tuition you must meet the conditions set out by the government. Please visit www.ukcisa.org.uk for details.
For 2014 entry, the government is offering the following financial support. The information affects students who live in England. If you're a resident in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, please see the further information section.
You can find out more on the Directgov website.
The National College for Teaching and Leadership offers bursaries to trainees on eligible postgraduate programmes. Bursary amounts vary depending on the classification of your undergraduate degree and the subject in which you're training to teach.
Find out more about the National College for Teaching and Leadership bursary.
The application procedure starts after you’ve enrolled on your programme, and when your department (Educational Studies) takes you through the application form and makes arrangements for payment. If you have any queries about the application procedure, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute of Physics (IOP) has 150 teacher training scholarships worth £25,000 each available to physics trainees starting their teacher training in 2014. Visit the IOP website for more information.
This year we're offering the following scholarships for PGCE students starting in September 2014:
The Goldsmiths Student Funding Team co-ordinate and administer applications for discretionary funding. This includes the Access to Learning Fund (ALF) and the Student Residential Hardship Bursary. Find out more on the Student Funding web pages.
Find out more about fees and funding for international students.
Content last modified: 30 May 2014
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