Universities in the UK charge tuition fees to students. Those enrolled on an approved children's nursing course can get these fees paid in full. The funding organisation is the UK's National Health Service (the NHS). Bursaries are also available to help with living costs. These are aimed at students from poor backgrounds so are means tested. Those who qualify for a bursary also qualify for reduced rate student loans.
To get the tuition fee award a student must be from the UK or the EU. They must also be enrolled on a relevant, full-time course. To get the bursary students must be from the UK. It is means tested so the amount awarded depends on need and varies from student to student.