Fees & Funding

Information and guidance on paying for courses.

Finances

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:.

GMC Fees

Undergraduate Fees

GDip Fees

Postgraduate Fees

Research 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.

John Owen Scholarships

John Owen (1616 – 1683) was a leading theologian in the British church whose ministry helped to raise up a generation of pastors and church leaders. The John Owen Scholarship has been established in his memory to reward those students whose academic work shows particular promise and potential to bless the church.

Each year, a scholarship may be awarded to one campus (BA) student and one Learning Community (GDip) student. The BA John Owen Scholar will receive £1000 towards their academic and residential fees. The GDip John Owen Scholar will receive £400 towards their academic fees.

Application is by a written essay of 2,500 words answering the question, 'Why must mission be theologically driven?'. The winners’ essays will be published on the Union Resources website,uniontheology.org, and scholars will have the opportunity to address the Union Conference in September.

Submissions should be sent to scholarships@ust.ac.uk by 29th July 2017.