This page is for Home and EU undergraduate students. If you are an international student please visit our international fees and funding section.
If you've already started studying at Goldsmiths and require financial support, please refer to our information for current students.
Our undergraduate tuition fees for both home and EU students starting in the academic year 2018/19 will be £9,250 a year. This fee will be fixed for the duration of the course.
Download a PDF showing the undergraduate fees for 2019-20.
If you have any questions about tuition fees, please get in touch with the Fees Office by calling +44 (0)20 7078 5311 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition fee loans
The process is different if you're a student from Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. Visit your relevant website for more information:
Help with living costs
The government also offers Maintenance Loans to help with living costs. The amount you can borrow depends on your household income and whether or not you live at home during your degree. Unlike the Tuition Fee Loan, the Maintenance Loan is paid directly into your bank account.
Repaying your loans
For both Tuition Fee Loans and Maintenance Loans, you only start paying back the loan when you earn over £25,000 a year and your monthly payments are based on how much you earn.
As an example, if you earn £27,000 a year then you will pay £15 towards your Tuition Fee Loan each month.
You can read more about repaying your student loans on the Student Room's loan repayment pages.
Scholarships and bursaries
Goldsmiths offers a range of financial support including bursaries and scholarships. These are awarded based on a variety of criteria, for example academic achievements or personal circumstances.
Find out more about our scholarships and bursaries for undergraduate students.
External funding options
In addition to the scholarships and bursaries offered by Goldsmiths, you may also be able to apply for extra funding from external sources including charities and trusts. Scholarship Search and the Scholarship Hub are good places to start looking.
You can also visit your local library and look through one or more of the following publications for information on grant-making bodies: Educational Grants Directory, Charities Digest, Grants Register, Directory of Grant Making Trusts.