If you are studying an online degree, you will most likely be eligible for a student loan from Student Finance England to cover your tuition fees, just like traditional university. Unfortunately, you will not be eligible for a maintenance loan but there are other options available to help fund the cost of your Global Grad semesters.
Private student finance:
Private student finance is available, you can research what options are best for you.
Student bank accounts:
Student bank account offer favourable overdraft terms. For example, a student bank account at Nationwide offers a 0% overdraft limit of £1,000 in year one, £2,000 in year two and £3,000 in year three.
If you’re planning on studying a post-graduate course, such as a masters, and you live in England, you are eligible for a non-means tested student loan of up to £10,906, paid directly to you. The typical cost of an online master’s degree is anywhere between £5,500 and £9,500, meaning you will have some leftover cash which can help with the cost of your Global Grad semesters.