Part-time and CPD fees
If you are starting in 2019/20 it will cost £9,250 charged pro rata for UK and EU students to study part-time at Sheffield Hallam, based on the number of credits you study. More details can be found on our student portal.
Tuition fees for part-time UK and EU students who commenced their studies prior to 2017/18 – will remain charged at £9,000 pro rata per year.
If you have deferred your 2018/19 place, you will pay the tuition fees applicable to students starting in 2019/20.
Tuition fees are reviewed and may be revised on an annual basis prior to the beginning of the academic year in question.
In all cases, so long as you are eligible to claim a tuition fee loan from the relevant authority, you will not have to pay any tuition fees upfront, as a UK or EU student, whether full-time or part-time.
It might be possible to get funding for part or your entire course from your employer. Many of our part-time students are funded this way as their employers recognise the benefits part-time study can bring to their organisation as well as you personally.
We recommend approaching your manager or HR department to find out whether any schemes are already in place and explaining how your course will impact on the business.
You can ask them to contact us if they want to know more and we will support you in any way we can.
Students starting a part-time course in academic year 2016/17 can apply now at the UK Government student finance site. If you are applying for the 2017/18 academic year, the application process usually commences around beginning of August.
If you are starting a course in 2019/20 or 2020/21 you may be eligible for the Alumni Scholarship if you have studied with us before.
Our £1,000 Postgraduate Taught Scholarship is open to UK/EU and International graduates on most part-time courses.
See further information about the alumni scholarship.
We offer part-time degrees, short courses and even individual modules to help you pursue continuing professional development. We are committed to helping you study the way it suits you.
The fee for an individual course is usually given with its entry in the online prospectus. Please check fees with us before applying for a place. Please note if you are applying to one of our health and social care courses the fees are listed on the relevant course page.
If you need more information about course fees please use the contact details given in the specific course entry.
Methods of payment
If you are being sponsored by your employer, we will need a letter from them to confirm this. We will then invoice them directly, and they must pay the full fee when they receive our invoice.
If you are paying your own fees and your annual tuition fee is more than £200, you can pay by instalments. If your fees are £200 or under, you must pay the full amount when you receive the invoice.
Other sources of financial support
Student Financial Support can give you advice and information on loans. They also manage an Access to Learning Fund scheme.
You can talk to staff in the Student Financial Support by calling 0114 225 2184.