Spurgeon’s College makes every effort to make our fees affordable and they are highly competitive.

Sources of possible finance for your studies include:


If you can draw on savings and pay your fees upfront, it will take any additional stress out of your time at Spurgeon’s.


It is worth having a conversation with your church to see whether they are able to support you with you fees during your time at Spurgeon’s College.


We offer bursaries towards tuition fees. As a student of the College you will be given the opportunity to apply for a bursary.


As part of its Access and Participation Plan (APP), Spurgeon’s College is offering targeted bursaries and scholarships of up to £1000 to encourage applications from students from neighbourhoods with low participation in higher education. The College’s Bursary Committee will weigh applications against each other and an award of up to £1000 may be given to a student in each year of their undergraduate higher education programme or pathway. The Committee will take specific note of the purpose of the APP Targeted Bursaries and Scholarships, which relates to access and socioeconomic matters with a targeted focus upon The Index of Multiple Deprivation and Black Asian Minority Ethnic students.


Students may submit applications to charitable trusts for financial help. Please see the Finance Team for further information.


All our University of Manchester and Liverpool Hope University (including Network of Hope) undergraduate and postgraduate courses are recognised by the Student Loan Company and if you are eligible you can apply for a tuition fee and maintenance loan for these courses. For more details about this click here.