Tuition Fees cover tuition for the whole academic year and are not refundable if a student withdraws part way through the year. Students who withdraw from their course of study during the year are liable for fees for the entire year.
Middlesex University Registration Fees
Included in the Tuition Fees that students pay to London School of Theology are fees the School has to pay to Middlesex University to cover the costs of registration and other academic administration associated with their validation of programmes at London School of Theology.
Amenities Fees cover the use of School facilities, use of the library (both on campus and online), and IT and admin support. Online students are not required to pay amenities fees.
Please note that applicants exempt from visa requirements will need to pay a £250 deposit to secure a place on their course. For those who do need a visa, applicants will be required to pay £3,500 not studying on campus, or £5,000 for those studying on campus.
Funding your studies
There are many different ways to fund your studies. Depending on your circumstances, you may be able to get a range of financial help and support.
The most common way is to apply for a student loan. Your load contract is with the Department for Education (DfE). You can find out if you’re eligible for a student loan at www.gov.uk/get-undergraduate-student-loan
When you take out a student loan, you must agree to repay your loan in line with the regulations that apply at the time the repayments are due, subject to the regulations being amended from time to time. Please not that a student loan is a loan taken out by an individual and London School of Theology bears no responsibility for the repayment of this loan.
Your loans are repayable. If you are self-funding your studies, you may apply and receive a bursary or grant. These are not repayable. There is also extra help if you have children or adult dependents, or a disability, including a long-term condition, mental-health condition, or a specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia or dyspraxia.
UK national students or EU country students (depending on whether the student has settled status) will have their approved loan paid directly to London School of Theology for their chosen programme.
Students from an EU country, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland may be able to get a Tuition Fee Loan and help with living costs. More details regarding tuition fee loans can be found at www.gov.uk/student-finance
Part Time Fees
Fully online Theology students (not on-campus or blended) do not pay amenity fees, so pay £7,500 full time or £4,800 part time.
Lunches on campus (Only for non-resident students studying on campus)
We value community at LST and we hope that students studying on campus will choose to have lunch with other residential students. faculty and staff members on the days they are on site. Students can either pay by payment card (debit/credit) or cash at the till each day.
Residential Fees cover all term-time meals and accommodation. They do not cover meals or accommodation during the Christmas, Easter or Summer vacations. There is no refund available if meals are not taken. Residential Fees cover accommodation from dinner the evening before term starts, until breakfast on the day after term ends. Residency during vacations is subject to room availability and separate rates apply. Further information can be obtained from the Facilities and Catering Managers.
Students who wish to move out of School accommodation are responsible for Residence Fees for the remainder of the year or until the School has found a substitute.
|Residential Single Room - Shared Bathroom (Full Board - Term-Time Only)
|Residential Single Room - Ensuite Bathroom (Full Board - Term-Time Only)
|Residential Single-occupancy double Room ensuite bathroom with storage, microwave and kettle (Full Board – Term time only)