The information on this page is for applicants.

Current students need to visit the Student Support and Wellbeing section of the myLTU app and select Money Advice. There you can find information about Bursaries, Student Finance and Money Management. myLTU is also available by logging in via your web browser.

Going to university is an investment in your future and Leeds Trinity is one of the UK’s top universities for employability. 97% of our graduates are in employment or further study 15 months after graduating (Graduate Outcomes, HESA 2022).

On this page you can find information about:

Tuition fees and loans

Three-year and two-year Undergraduate honours Degree courses and Foundation Year courses (Level 0 prior to continuing on to a linked three-year Undergraduate honours Degree course) are £9,250 per year for tuition fees in 2022-23 and 2023-24.

Two-year Foundation Degree courses, (Supporting Children and Families in Social Contexts; Supporting Early Years; Supporting Learning and Additional Needs) are £5,000 per year for tuition fees in 2022-23 and 2023-24.

Part-time tuition fees would be pro-rated accordingly to the number of credits you are studying.

You will not have to pay these fees upfront. Eligible UK Home students can apply for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their tuition fees from the government which you repay gradually through monthly repayments.

As a full-time student, you will not start repaying your loan until the April after you leave university, and once you're earning over a set threshold. The threshold depends on which funding body your student finance is from (e.g. Student Finance England / Student Finance Northern Ireland etc.) and which year you started Higher Education. For more information visit the Repaying Your Student Loan page of the website.

As a UK student on a full-time course, you can apply for a package ​of maintenance funding from the government to help with general living costs, and additional funding if you have children and/or a disability. Part-time students from England and Wales can apply for a part-time maintenance loan.

Where to get more information

English students can apply and find out more information on the Student Finance section of the website.

This website also has a calculator that will give you an estimate of what you will receive.

Applicants can read about the government’s changes to the student finance system from 2023/24 entry onwards at Fairer higher education system for students and taxpayers - GOV.UK (

Students from other countries

Students from other UK countries can find information and apply at:​

Repaying your loan

All students can find information on repaying loans from the website.

Undergraduate and Foundation UK Home Fees for 2022-23 and 2023-24 entry

CourseTuition fees
Three-year undergraduate degree course (cost per year) £9,250
Two-year undergraduate degree course​ (cost per year) £9,250
Foundation Year £9,250 (may be subject to government change). 
Foundation Degree (cost per year) £5,000

Video: Introducing Student Finance

This video explains how student funding works for students who are eligible for full funding from Student Finance England.

Information may differ for students who are from other UK countries, are not UK nationals, who are not usually resident in England or who have previously studied in Higher Education.

Please note that how much maintenance loan a student receives depends on household income, so a maintenance loan entitlement is designed to contribute to a student’s costs, not to cover them entirely. Visit Understanding living costs while studying at university or college - GOV.UK ( for more information.

This video is based on 2021/22 figures.


Financial support and fees status for EU students

EU Nationals who have settled status or pre-settled status under the EUSS scheme, usually qualify for Home Fees and can usually apply for student finance, providing they meet the residency eligibility criteria (where you have been ordinarily resident prior to the start of the course).

What funding you will be eligible for will depend on your status and residency history. Visit Student finance: Eligibility - GOV.UK ( for more information.

EU Nationals who do not have a status through the EUSS scheme will normally be classed as International Students. Information for International Students is available on the international fees and finance page.

Bursaries and scholarships in 2022-23

Leeds Trinity offers a range of bursaries and scholarships to help support students while they study.​

Students studying for an apprenticeship are not eligible for Leeds Trinity Bursaries and Scholarships.

Current students can visit the MyLTU app for information on bursaries.

​​​​​​You may be eligible for a Leeds Trinity Bursary.

The Leeds Trinity Bursary is a cash award of £1,000 for the second year for all eligible students with a household income of £25,000 or less.

Eligibility for the Award

UK home students with a household income of £25,000 or less (as assessed by Student Finance England or other relevant funding body) who start a full-time undergraduate honours programme in 2022-23 will receive a cash bursary of £1,000 in Level 5 (the second year, or the third year for students on a course with a foundation year) of their course.

The bursary will be administered automatically for all eligible students; you will not need to make an application for it​.

​​​​​Leeds Trinity recognises and rewards hard work. We give away a £1,000 payment in the first year of the course for high-achieving students starting a full-time honours undergraduate course in September 2021 or September 2022 through our Academic Achievement Award. 

You'll be eligible to receive the award if you've achieved AAB at A level or the equivalent over three awards.

There is no need to apply for the award. Eligible students will be sent an email with further information at the end of October and the first payment will be made in November.

Students graduating from a Leeds Trinity two-year Foundation Degree course (Supporting Children and Families in Social Contexts; Supporting Early Years; Supporting Learning and Additional Needs) in July 2022 and progressing immediately to a top-up course at Leeds Trinity in September 2022 can benefit from a fee waiver (tuition fee reduction) of a third. Students graduating from the apprenticeship in Children, Young People and Families Manager programme in July 2022 and progressing immediately to a top-up course at Leeds Trinity in September 2022 can also benefit from a fee waiver (tuition fee reduction) of a third.

For more information, please contact

Leeds Trinity offers a Care Leavers Bursary of £1,000 per year for all of our undergraduate courses​. To qualify you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a UK student on a full-time or sandwich course
  • Be paying the tuition fees yourself or with the help of a sponsor
  • Have a former relevant care leaver status according to the Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000
  • Be aged 25 or under at the time of your course enrolment
  • Be receiving a full maintenance support package in the relevant academic year

If you have said 'yes' to the 'Have you been in care?' question on your UCAS application, a factsheet and application form for the Care Leaver's Bursary will be sent out to you automatically.

Care Leaver students should apply for Student Finance through their relevant Student Finance body such as Student Finance England.

Every year, Leeds Trinity offers Sanctuary Scholarships, originally set up in partnership with the Helena Kennedy Foundation through their article 26 project. The Sanctuary Scholarship provides up to five students with a tuition fee waiver for the length of their undergraduate course.

To apply, applicants must have an offer on a course at Leeds Trinity University. They must also be seeking asylum in the UK and/or they must have a status that does not allow them to access student finance from the UK government. Sponsored students entering the UK on a study visa are not eligible to apply.

If a recipient of the Sanctuary Scholarship's immigration status changes, making them able to access Student Finance, or that their immigration status no longer allows them to study for the duration of the course, then the scholarship would need to be cancelled.

The application cycle for 2022/23 has now closed. The application cycle for 2023/24 will open in January 2023.

Please contact with any queries.

​The Inspiring Futures Programme is an exciting fundraising programme, launched during Leeds Trinity University's 50th Anniversary year by (the then) Chancellor Gabby Logan to help our students and recent graduates excel and fulfil their potential.

It comprises three strands of financial support that will make a real difference to our students and recent graduates, enabling them to:

  • Develop their business or freelance career (Enterprise Fund)
  • Compete at a national or international level of sport (Sporting Excellence Fund)
  • Study or work abroad as part of their degree programme (Study Abroad Fund)

Find out more information about the Inspiring Futures Programme.

​​​UK students from a socially or ethnically diverse background who are planning on studying BA (Hons) Journalism​ may be eligible to apply for a bursary from the Journalism Diversity Fund to help with course costs or other financial support.

Visit the Journalism Diversity Fund website for more information (external website).

Educational grants and bursaries from charities and trusts are available for students entering higher education.

There are charities and trusts that award grants to students in higher education or those thinking of entering higher education. The sizes of the organisations vary and the amounts granted are from around £50 to £500. The eligibility criteria to apply for these awards can be very specific. The awards shouldn't be treated as a main source of funding but as additional or specific funding.

​The criteria are different for each grant application. It can be based on where you live, the course you study, or a person category such as lone parents/child of a grocer. In addition to these, you will usually have:

  • Access to all financial support available to you like a student loan
  • Evidence of financial hardship and justification for it
  • Financial vulnerability such as having a disability or being a lone parent
  • A purpose for the award

The following external websites can help you find a grant:

​Some companies offer students the opportunity to apply for bursaries for some p​​​ostgraduate study, such as Postgraduate Solutions Ltd.​​

Additional Funding for Health courses

The following courses are eligible for additional funding:

The additional funding is the NHS Learner Support Fund. If you're eligible, you can get:

  • a training grant of £5,000 per academic year.
  • Parental support of £2,000, if you have at least one dependent child under 15 years, or under 17 years if registered with special educational needs.
  • money back for excess travel and temporary accommodation costs (Travel and Dual Accommodation Expenses) while you're on your practice placement.
  • students experiencing financial hardship (Exceptional Support Fund).

Find out more on the NHS Learning Support Fund (LSF) website.

Help and support

You can contact the Leeds Trinity Money Advice Service by email:

Manage your money

You can also get useful tips on planning your sources of income and budgeting for student life on our Managing Your Money page.

This advice is applicable to UK full-time undergraduate students only.

Download our guide to student finance and budgeting