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Tuition fees

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 course page on our online prospectus.

In the tables below, you can see an outline guide of how much tuition fees cost for courses starting in 2017/18:

International (non-EU) tuition fees





Study level/method
2017–2018



(Tuition fees are for the duration of the course unless otherwise stated)
Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes £1,350 for 5 weeks or £2,700 for 10 weeks
International Foundation Programme £9,950 for two-terms or £11,950 for three terms
Undergraduate £12,750* (per year)
Pre–masters See individual course pages
Postgraduate taught £13,250 – £14,750* for the course
MBA £15,400* for the course
Postgraduate research £12,400* (per year)
PGCEs £13,250
Distance learning See individual course pages

*Tuition fees for international (non-EU) 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 discounts to international students - find out more.

EU tuition fees

Study level/method 2017–2018



(Tuition fees are for the duration of the course unless otherwise stated)
Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes £1,350 for 5 weeks or £2,700 for 10 weeks
International Foundation Programme £9,950 for two-terms or £11,950 for three terms
Undergraduate £9,250 (per year)
Pre–masters See individual course pages
Postgraduate taught £5,180 – £9,345
MBAs £12,700
Postgraduate research £4,200 (per year)
PGCEs £9,250
Distance learning See individual course pages

Funding information for EU nationals

All students from countries within the European Union are eligible to pay home (UK) tuition fees. Following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, there will be no change to funding support or tuition fees for EU nationals starting courses in 2017/18. If you have any questions on the impact of the EU Referendum, visit our EU Referendum webpage for more information.

EU undergraduate students starting courses in September 2017 or September 2018 can access a loan to cover their tuition fees which does not have to be repaid until after you graduate. You will be eligible to apply for this loan for the duration of your course.

EU postgraduate students starting courses in the academic years 2017/18 or 2018/19 can apply for a postgraduate loan of up to £10,000 from Student Finance England. The British Government has confirmed that EU students applying for university places in the 2018/19 academic year will continue to have access to tuition fee loans, for the duration of their course, even if the UK exits the European Union during that period.

The Erasmus+ masters loan is now available for students from Erasmus programme countries who are going to Spain, France or the UK for a masters course.



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

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