Find out about tuition fees, student loans and scholarships for UK and EU students starting undergraduate courses.
Are you an international student from outside the European Union looking for information about funding? Visit the international funding section.
Studying at the University of Southampton is an investment in your future. With graduates earning on average £12,000 per year more than non-graduates, it's an investment well worth making.
The standard annual fee for UK/EU students starting full-time undergraduate degrees (including foundation year courses) in 2016/17 is £9,000.
The NHS will pay tuition fees for eligible students interested in becoming health professionals.
If you are from the UK or EU you will not have to pay your tuition fees at the start of the academic year. You can apply for a student loan to cover your fees. You will only start repaying this once you are earning over £21,000 per year. If you are from the UK, you can also take out a loan to help with living costs.
Find out about the University's generous support package. Eligible UK and EU students may benefit from a reduced fee, cash bursary or a combination of the two.
This information is for the 2015/16 academic year. Our financial support information will be published online in November 2015.
Watch the video below to find out how much it costs to study at Southampton and the financial support you could receive.
We offer scholarships for talented students who achieve high grades in their school leaving qualifications.
Further information about 2016 scholarships will be available shortly