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The Student Centre looks after the different elements relating to student finance and fees and we have created this comprehensive section online around money, course fees, how to pay and funding information so you can find all the information you need in one place.It is important that you are aware of the cost of your course and the fees payable for studying while you are at university and where you can ask for help and advice if you encounter any problems.
The Bucks Students' Union Advice Centre can provide information and advice on a wide range of financial issues including loans, debts, budgeting and benefits. Their offices are located on both the High Wycombe and Uxbridge Campuses.
High Wycombe OfficeTel: 01494 603 016Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening times:Monday to Thursday: 9am-7pmFriday: 9am-4.30pm
Uxbridge OfficeTel: 01494 605 180Email: email@example.com
Opening times:Monday to Thursday: 9am-5pmFriday: 9am-4:30pm
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The High Wycombe Student Centre is located on the first floor of North Wing and the Uxbridge Campus Student Centre is located at the second floor helpdesk.
High Wycombe OfficeTelephone: 01494 603 020 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening times:Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am–5pmTuesday 10am–5pmFriday 9am–4.30pm
Uxbridge OfficeTelephone: 01494 603 066 Email: email@example.com
Opening times:Monday to Thursday 9am–5pmFriday 9am–4.30pm
Tuition fees are a key matter for all students and it is important that you are familiar with how to pay and what support is available to you. Tuition fees are charged on an annual basis at the start of each year of study and are subject to change annually and some courses also have additional costs associated with them.
If you are unclear about the fees listed or require clarification for a course you cannot find here, please contact us to talk to a fees advisor. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01494 603 020.
General tuition fees for full-time undergraduate degree courses have been set at £9,000 per year. Specific course costs are available on course pages under the 'course details' tab. Additional study costs and charges can be found on the left hand side of the course page under 'programme details'. All other fees for all other programmes of study can be found on the relevant course pages.
We aim to give students information in advance regarding additional charges in connection with their academic programme.
There are some programmes or individual modules that require an additional contribution towards extra costs incurred for materials, special facilities or field trips. It is worth noting that some courses have compulsory trips and others are optional. Payments can usually be made through your faculty office. You will be notified about these extras before or during your course of study.
All the information on these pages is accurate at the time of release. However, to be sure of the latest information, we suggest you also look at the Student Finance website or call them on 0845 607 7577.
If you have any further questions you can email us at email@example.com or call us on 01494 603 020.