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Tuition fees

Below is a guide to our tuition fees for courses starting in 2021-22. Please see below for further information regarding fees for EU (except Irish nationals living in the UK or Ireland), other EEA and Swiss nationals.

International fees

Tuition fees are for the duration of the course unless otherwise stated. 

Study level/method

Fees for 2020–21 (not including EU nationals)

Fees for 2021–22 (includes EU nationals)

Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes

£1,550 for 5 weeks, £3,100 for 10 weeks or £4,650 for 15 weeks

£1,550 for 5 weeks, £3,100 for 10 weeks or £4,650 for 15 weeks

International Foundation Programme

£10,250 for two terms or £12,310 for three terms

£10,560 for two terms or £12,680 for three terms

Undergraduate

£13,650* (per year)

£13,995* (per year)

Placement year

£1,200

£1,200

Pre-masters

See individual course pages

See individual course pages

Postgraduate taught

£13,905-£15,450* for the course

£14,460-£16,070* for the course

MBA

£15,965* for the course

£16,605* for the course

Postgraduate research

See individual course pages

See individual course pages

PGCEs

£13,905

£14,460*

Distance learning

See individual course pages

See individual course pages

*Tuition fees for international students on undergraduate and postgraduate (taught and research) courses will not be subject to an annual increase with inflation so you will pay the same annual fee for each year of your course where the course has a duration of two years or more. Note, this fixed fee applies to tuition fees but excludes bench fees (paid by some MPhil/PhD students).

We offer a range of scholarships and awards to international students - find out more.

 

Fees and funds for EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals

All students from countries within the European Union and EEA are eligible to pay home (UK) tuition fees for 2020/21.

From the academic year 2021/22 EU, EEA and Swiss nationals are no longer eligible for home fee status and will be charged the international fee.

EU, EEA and Swiss nationals living in the UK with 'settled' or 'pre-settled' status will be classified as 'Home' students and pay the home fee providing they meet certain residency requirements. See the Department for Education (DFE) website for further details.

Irish nationals will be classified as 'Home' students and pay the home fee.

Further updates can be found on the UKCISA and DFE websites.

We are offering a Vice Chancellor's Award (a £3,000 automatic tuition fee bursary) to EU-domiciled applicants for full-time taught undergraduate or postgraduate courses starting in September 2021 and January 2022. Terms and conditions apply.

You may be able to pay for a postgraduate loan from Student Finance England.

UK students wishing to pursue masters study abroad may also apply.


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