Your fees include all the teaching and learning opportunities provided by our teaching staff, all your clinical experience in our teaching clinic, tutorials, library and support services, access to our online e-learning facility, and your registration fees with Middlesex University. Fees are paid by direct debit in monthly installments from October to June.
Funding and Postgraduate Master's Loans
Most of our students fund the course by:
- Taking out a Postgraduate Masters' Loan
- Using savings
- Combining study with work
Postgraduate Master's Loan
We're now registered with the Office for Students. This is the body set up by an act of parliament to act as the independent regulator for all Universities and HE providers in England and Wales. We meet the Office for Students requirements for course quality, academic standards, student support, student protection and more. What this means for you is that if you are eligible you can apply for a postgraduate Master’s loan. You can get up to £10,609 for your whole course. If you’re studying for 2, 3 or 4 academic years, the loan will be divided equally across each year of your course.
You are eligible if you live in England or Wales – have not studied to Master’s level or beyond, are under 60 or are not behind in your previous Student Loan repayments.
The application process is normally available from January
Disabled Students Allowance
If you have a disability, including a mental-health condition or specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia or dyspraxia, you might be able to get Disabled Students’ Allowances. These don’t have to be paid back.
If you are not eligible for a Master's Loan
Our students have been creative about finding ways to help finance their studies. Some have negotiated bank loans via business plans to expand their practices, others have approached family members for interest free loans or released equity from their properties.