The fee information provided below applies to students commencing studies in 2023-24 with programmes validated either by Durham University or Birmingham Newman University. Tuition fees for students sponsored for ministerial training (by the Church of England or the Methodist Church) are normally covered by the sponsoring churches, and not charged directly to the student. All programmes marked with an * are potentially eligible for student finance which includes tuition fee loans and (for undergraduate study) maintenance loans.
Our students access a range of financial support/ bursaries from their individual churches. Alongside other sources of funding available, the Queen’s Foundation is able to offer limited financial support to students through the Queen’s Foundation Bursary Fund. Generated through generous donations from the Donald and Patricia Marsh Charitable Trust and the Westminster College Oxford Trust, and supported by reserves released by the Queen’s Governors, the Bursary Fund has a limited amount each academic year to support eligible students in accordance with clear criteria. Awards are made at the point when students are accepted onto programmes, prior to students beginning their studies. Details of the Bursary Fund, including how to apply, can be found here.
Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA)
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