Your tuition fee varies according to your chosen course, your level of study, your chosen mode of study and whether you are eligible to pay European Union (EU) or international fees (which depends on your nationality and residency over the past three years).
To find out the cost of tuition fees for your chosen course, you can look on the individual prospectus course page. Select your course and scroll down on the 'overview' tab to see the fee information.
In the tables below, you can see an outline guide of how much tuition fees cost for courses starting in 2016/17. Tuition fee costs are for the duration of your course (unless otherwise stated):
International (non-EU) tuition fees
|Undergraduate||£12,250–£12,500* (per year)|
*Tuition fees for international (non-EU) undergraduate students will not be subject to an annual increase with inflation so you will pay the same annual fee for each year of your course.
We offer a range of scholarships and discounts to international students – find out more.
EU tuition fees
|Undergraduate||£9,000 (per year)|
|Postgraduate taught including distance learning||£5,000 – £9,200|
All students from countries within the European Union are eligible to pay home (UK) tuition fee rates and can access a tuition fee loan to cover the fees which does not have to be repaid until after you graduate. Students who wish to study a masters programme can consider applying for a postgraduate loan of up to £10,000 from Student Finance England. Some students may be eligible for The Erasmus+ Master loan.