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School of Environment, Education and Development

Fees and funding

Your tuition fees will cover the cost of your study at the University as well as charges for registration, tuition, supervision, examinations and graduation.

Payment of fees will also entitle you to membership of the Library, the Students' Union and the Athletic Union.

Fees vary for each course. Details of individual course fees can be found in the course profiles.

For information on fees for 2016/17, visit the Student Services Centre website.

Funding

For details on funding your studies, visit the Undergraduate student finance section of The University of Manchester website:

School of Environment, Education and Development Undergraduate Merit Awards September 2017

We know that choosing where you are going to study is a difficult and important decision. We encourage applications from the most gifted students and we would like to let you know about our undergraduate merit awards:

The Colin Lees English Language for Education Award

  • A number of £1,000 cash bursary on registration, in recognition of outstanding performance at A-Level, International Baccalaureate and GCSEs, or equivalent qualifications.
  • Award named after lecturer at The University of Manchester in recognition of work to provide students from all backgrounds with the skills, qualifications and confidence needed to enter the teaching profession.
  • No application for the bursary required - all entrants are automatically assessed on the basis of their academic performance and UCAS application.

The Management, Leadership and Leisure Award

  • A number of £1,000 cash bursary on registration, in recognition of outstanding performance at A-Level, International Baccalaureate and GCSEs, or equivalent qualifications.
  • No application for the bursary required - all entrants are automatically assessed on the basis of their academic performance and UCAS application.

The McLoughlin Planning and Environmental Management Award

  • A number of £1,000 cash bursary on registration, in recognition of outstanding performance at A-Level, International Baccalaureate and GCSEs, or equivalent qualifications.
  • No application for the bursary required - all entrants are automatically assessed on the basis of their academic performance and UCAS application.

The Herbertson Geography Award

  • A number of £1,000 cash bursary on registration, in recognition of outstanding performance at A-Level, International Baccalaureate and GCSEs, or equivalent qualifications.
  • No application for the bursary required - all entrants are automatically assessed on the basis of their academic performance and UCAS application.

Please note, successful entrants for all awards will be advised at the end of August 2017.