Fees and Funding

Course Fees


Choosing to boost your career prospects with a qualification is a major decision, so it’s important to understand the financial costs of your programme.

If you are studying for a postgraduate Certificate or Diploma, tuition fees will be charged on a pro rata basis, according to the number of credits you are studying for.

Financial Statement Form – As part of the application process you will need to complete and submit the Financial Statement Form.

Paying enrolment fees online – Fully self-funded students will need to pay an enrolment fee of £1,000 as the first instalment of your course fees. The enrolment fee can be paid via the online store. The balance of your fees will be invoiced at the start of your programme. 

Paying for course fees – You will need to quote your invoice reference number when paying your course fees.  The invoice reference is either your Student ID number (beginning A or B) or a Customer Account number (beginning C followed by 5 digits).  This will be noted at the top of your invoice.

To pay via credit/debit card please speak to any member of the Finance Team on 00 44 1509 223538.


Funding


There are no university grants available for Executive Education programmes.  All Loughborough University alumni are however eligible for an Alumni Bursary which equates to a 20% discount on fees. You could try for sponsorship from your employer. Please follow the link for information on Fees and Funding

Postgraduate Loan 2016-entry

Starting from academic year 2016/17, the Department for Business Innovation and Skills will, for the first time, provide a loan of up to £10,000 per student for postgraduate Master's study.  A new policy summary outlining the key features of the new loan is now available on the Student Finance England Practitioner website.  

Hardship Fund (UK, EU and Intl Students)

Self-funded students with financial issues can seek advice from Student Advice and Support Service.

Last modified: Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 10:06 AM