Here you can find out about our fees, plus loans and other financial support that might be available to you.
When planning your finances, you will also need to consider other expenses such as living costs, accommodation fees and study materials. Our student finance calculator can help you budget for your first year. Our tuition fees and support section also offers further information.
Take an optional pre-entrance exam and you could be eligible for £5,000 per year of your studies.
Physics and Astronomy offers a scholarship scheme accessible via a competitive scholarship exam taken at our pre-Christmas Visit Days. The top five candidates in this exam will be offered a scholarship. This consists of £5,000 upon registration for the first year and £5,000 per year for subsequent years subject to continuing first-class performance up to a total value of £20,000.
The deadline to apply for the scholarship exam for 2019 entry is Friday 23 November 2018.
Successful applicants will receive an unconditional offer on their chosen Physics and Astronomy course.
You must make the University of Southampton your firm acceptance to be eligible.
As an international (non-EU) student, you may be eligble for funding from the University, our partners, or organisations within your home country.
While you are studying here, you will need to pay annual tuition fees to us. You will also need to consider other expenses such as living costs, accommodation fees and study materials.
If you have a sponsor who will be paying all or part of your tuition fees, you need to complete a fees sponsorship form to notify the Student Fees Office.
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Find out more about how and when to pay your tuition fees.
For more information on student loans, grants and bursaries visit Southampton fees and funding pages
In addition to the funding provided by Physics and Astronomy and the University, our students also have the opportunity to be sponsored by companies during their degree programmes.
Southampton is one of only six UK universities to accept students sponsored by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) on the Defence Technical Undergraduate Scheme (DTUS). The DTUS offers scholarships to students wishing to pursue a technical, engineeering or scientific career in one of the three armed services or the MOD civil service. More than 140 students at the University are now sponsored by the DTUS.