Finances

Replacement Term Abroad

As a replacement term abroad student, you pay fees to Cass only; no tuition fees will be payable to the overseas university. Please check with the Student Exchange Office for further details.

We advise you to check with Student Finance England that your decision to spend year 2 abroad will not affect your funding.

Sandwich Year

As a sandwich degree study abroad student, you will be invoiced for the Cass sandwich year out fees. Please check with the Student Exchange Office for further details.

No tuition fees will be payable to the overseas university.

Tuition Fees 2018-19

Study Abroad Programme:

Replacement 2nd Year

  • Home/EU (for the academic year):  15% of full tuition fees
  • Overseas (for the academic year):  Full tuition fees

Replacement Term Abroad (BSc Management only)

  • Home/EU (for the academic year): 75% of full tuition fees
  • Overseas (for the academic year): Full tuition fees

Sandwich Year Abroad

  • Home/EU (for the academic year):  £1,125 (to be confirmed)
  • Overseas (for the academic year):  £2,250 (to be confirmed)

Scholarships and Grants

Erasmus:

On the study abroad programme if you study in the EU for at least a term you may qualify as an 'Erasmus' student. This means you would be eligible to apply for an Erasmus monthly grant. If you are eligible you will be provided with the necessary paperwork by email and would need to return all Erasmus paperwork sent to you in good time.

Santander Scholarship:

On the study abroad programme if you study in one of the following countries you may be eligible to apply for a Santander scholarship: Chile, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Argentina and USA. The scholarships are for £500 for one term and £1,000 for the full year. If you are eligible you will be provided with the necessary paperwork by email.

Travel Grant:

If your home address is in England, you may be eligible for a government travel grant. For more details and to check eligibility, please see:

https://www.gov.uk/travel-grants-students-england