Fees and Funding

The fee for studying an undergraduate degree at Confetti is £9,250 per year for home students, and £17,150 (Nottingham) or £17,400 (London) for international students.

Arranging your funding

Before you arrive at Confetti and NTU it’s important that you make sure your funding and fee payments are in place.

If you haven’t yet applied for your student finance, do it as soon as possible.

A guide on applying for student finance can be found on the UK Government’s service website.

If you submit your application for student finance after the advertised deadline your funds may not be paid to you by the start of term. You should bring enough money with you to cover your expenses until it arrives.

Links to Student Finance England and other national Student Finance services can be found below:

When you apply, you’ll get a customer reference number and you will need to choose a password and secret answer. Keep these safe, as you’ll need them if you enquire about your funding, and to access services online.

As an international student, you’ll need to make an advanced payment when you’ve accepted your offer to study with us.

You’ll need to pay your tuition fees in full – or have an agreement to pay in instalments  – before the start date of your course.

This is very important because if you haven’t done this you won’t be able to fully enrol on your course.

Your course start dates are on your offer letter and published in your course induction information.

We offer prestigious, competitive scholarships worth up to 50% to new international and European students.

You must have an offer to study a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate course at Confetti and NTU to apply for a scholarship.

For further information, please visit NTU’s fees and funding website.