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Union

Before you come to study at Union, it is important that you think about how you will fund your time of study. We will ask for some information on this at each stage of the application process and will also do all that we can to support you each step of the way. 

If you are eligible for Student Finance support (student loan or grant for undergraduate programme), please speak to the Operations Manager through the college office.

If you are not entitled to apply for government support, or do not wish to access it, options for payment of undergraduate fees include:

  • Payment upfront (by the end of September of the year of study)

  • Payment during the relevant academic year by two equal instalments by standing order (at the end of October and the end of February)

  • By a standing order with your bank during the academic year (7 equal instalments from October to May)

All outstanding balance must be paid prior to the end of term (May).

How do I pay my fees?

Annual tuition fees can be paid by cheque or online via electronic bank transfer using the following details, using your Name and Course (BA / MTh etc.) as a reference:

Danske Bank
Sort Code: 95-01-21
Account number: 61000675

Options for payment of postgraduate fees include:

  • Full Course payment upfront (by the end of first month of enrolment). This will “fix” the cost of the course

  • Payment at the beginning of each year or semester (at the end of September and the end of January). This will fix the cost of whichever modules have been selected

  • Pay per module as each module is started. Module Fees have an annual index-linked increase, effective from September each academic year. Fee applicable will be those published at this point

All outstanding balances must be paid prior to the end of term. 

If you have any questions regarding student fees, please contact our Operations Manager through the College Office.

For details of the exact amount of fees to be paid for each course, please see the course information:

Study with Us

Part-time employment

Many students taking on-campus courses choose to work on a part-time basis alongside their studies to help fund their course at UTC. Suitable jobs may be available locally. We usually advise students to work a minimum number of hours per week during term time, to ensure that their job doesn't adversely affect the amount of time available for study. Please note, students coming to Union from outside the UK may not be allowed to work while studying, due to visa restrictions. For up-to-date information and legislation details, you should contact UK Visas and Immigration.

Church Support

For many students, their time at Union is a stepping stone to further future involvement in mission or ministry, at home or overseas. For that reason, a student's home church may choose to support them financially while they study. If this is not something you have considered, you may want to chat to your Minister, Pastor or Church Leader about the level of prayerful and financial support which your church could provide.

Friends & Family

Many students also receive support from family and friends to help them financially during their time at college. You may want to compose a prayer letter and update which you could send to individuals allowing them to prayerfully consider supporting you in this way. If you are thinking of future ministry involvement after you graduate, this is a great way of beginning to build up a good support base.

Bursaries

Some trusts and organisations may offer student bursaries towards fees or living expenses. Some of these bursaries may be specifically for Postgraduate students who would not be able to access the usual loans or grants.

Scholarships for
Overseas students

Due to changes in United Kingdom Visa & Immigration regulations, we are limited in what scholarships we can offer any potential overseas student – usually only to those who are members of churches with formal partnering arrangements with PCI. For further information, following completion of the college admissions system, please contact the Operations Manager through the College office.

Many students taking on-campus courses choose to work on a part-time basis alongside their studies to help fund their course at UTC. Suitable jobs may be available locally. We usually advise students to work a minimum number of hours per week during term time, to ensure that their job doesn't adversely affect the amount of time available for study. Please note, students coming to Union from outside the UK may not be allowed to work while studying, due to visa restrictions. For up-to-date information and legislation details, you should contact UK Visas and Immigration.

For many students, their time at Union is a stepping stone to further future involvement in mission or ministry, at home or overseas. For that reason, a student's home church may choose to support them financially while they study. If this is not something you have considered, you may want to chat to your Minister, Pastor or Church Leader about the level of prayerful and financial support which your church could provide.

Many students also receive support from family and friends to help them financially during their time at college. You may want to compose a prayer letter and update which you could send to individuals allowing them to prayerfully consider supporting you in this way. If you are thinking of future ministry involvement after you graduate, this is a great way of beginning to build up a good support base.

Some trusts and organisations may offer student bursaries towards fees or living expenses. Some of these bursaries may be specifically for Postgraduate students who would not be able to access the usual loans or grants.

Due to changes in United Kingdom Visa & Immigration regulations, we are limited in what scholarships we can offer any potential overseas student – usually only to those who are members of churches with formal partnering arrangements with PCI. For further information, following completion of the college admissions system, please contact the Operations Manager through the College office.