King's collects the same tuition fees, on behalf of the University, as other Cambridge Colleges. Students at King's may also have access to generous financial support. See the following pages:
News for EU students - On 21 April, the UK government confirmed that EU students applying for an undergraduate course at an English university for 2018 entry will be eligible for home fee status and continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the European Union. Further information is on the Gov.UK website and see www.cam.ac.uk/eu. NB. Eligibility information is in the notes at the bottom of the Gov.UK link.
The fee status of EU nationals for 2019 entry onwards has yet to be determined by the UK government. Students from non-UK European Union countries should regularly check for updates at: www.cam.ac.uk/eu.
Before you apply
King's does not confirm fee status until after offers have been made. If you would like information about fee status before you apply, we recommend that you look at the UKCISA website.
If you are a home student, the following links provide details of eligibility for support:
|Student loans company||Eligibility||Contacts|
|Student Finance England||Eligibility details||Contact details|
Student Awards Agency
Eligibility details including
courses, residency, previous
study and age.
|Student Finance Wales||Eligibility details||Contact details|
Student Finance Northern
After you receive an offer
King's sends detailed information about finance with offer letters explaining the costs and financial support available, and what you need to do. Eligible students normally apply to the relevant student finance company (see links above). The company sends a confirmation document showing the support you are eligible for and you will be asked to send a copy to King's.
Students will be required to provide full documentation that shows you have sufficient funds for the duration of your course, when requested.