Fees & Funding

Information and guidance on paying for courses.


We're here to help

Union wants to help you with every aspect of your studies, including any financial matters. We welcome your questions and are happy to give support and guidance wherever you need it.

We can also help you with preparing applications to grant-making trusts or fundraising letters to supporters. Please just ask.

Although you will normally be invoiced for your annual fees at the start of the academic year, we understand the financial difficulties you may have in paying in full. Early on, we will discuss a payment plan with you individually, which will be as flexible as we can in the light of your circumstances.

We have also made it easy for you to pay your fees by debit or credit card, but other methods are available and can be discussed at any time.

Please click on the below links to see the current Fees, Terms & Conditions:.

Undergraduate Fees

GDip Fees

Postgraduate Fees

Research Fees

Accommodation Fees

Priscilla Fees

If you have questions, or just want to chat something through, please get in touch with Union’s Finance Officer, Kevin Green, at finance@ust.ac.uk.


We’re delighted to offer two scholarships for women to study on our BA (Honours) programme, and two to study on our MTh programme, starting in September 2020.

Phoebe was a woman commended for her outstanding service to the church, and Paul urged the church to support her (Romans 16:1-2). At Union School of Theology we recognise that many women desire to serve the church and are keen to study theology, but are often hindered by the financial cost. Therefore, we are thrilled to offer these scholarships to equip women to be a blessing to Christ’s church.

The Phoebe Scholarships are for women who are:

  • Able to demonstrate a deep personal commitment to theological study
  • Working towards a clear goal in Christian ministry (such as a pastoral care role in a church, cross-cultural mission, working with a Christian agency, teaching, writing, taking first steps to theological research, etc)
  • Recommended by a supporting church or Christian ministry (such as cross-cultural mission, Christian agency)
  • Able to raise the rest of the financial support required (we can offer help and advice on how to go about this)

Preference will be given to students intending to study full-time, but applications for part-time study will be considered.

The scholarships will fully cover tuition fees, or where students are able to gain Student Loan funding for fees, the scholarship can cover accommodation on campus. Students will receive mentored support from female staff throughout their studies.

If you are interested in applying for the scholarship, please get in touch with our Admissions Team for further details.

Prospective applicants are welcome to visit the campus for the Open Day or a Taster Day.

Applications and supporting documents should be submitted by 1 May 2020.