- Tuition fee loans are available to new students from the UK and EU. You pay nothing up front to study at Newcastle.
- Living cost loans are available to new students from the UK entering university in 2016. For students entering university in 2016, non-repayable grants will be entirely replaced by living cost loans.
- If you're an international student, find out about the support available to you on our International Student Finance page.
Students from England
Students from England entering university in 2016 are eligible to apply for tuition fee loans and for living cost loans from Student Finance England.
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Students from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
Students from Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland will be treated in the same way as English students with regard to tuition fees and scholarships.
You will need to apply for tuition fee loans, living cost loans and grants from your own student finance agency:
Students from other EU countries
EU students who meets certain eligibility criteria will be treated in the same way as UK students with regard to tuition fees and tuition fee loans.
Under current government regulations you will not be eligible for government living cost loans or non-repayable grants.