As a not-for-profit organisation, we collect fees to put towards your student experience, including campus facilities, study resources and student support.
Depending on your course, your fees might also include UK field trips and professional body membership.
If you are a UK student receiving a student loan, you will not have to pay any tuition fees until after you graduate.
Home or international?
Your fees depend on whether you are given home or international fee status. Generally, you are likely to have home status if you are:
- a UK national
- an Irish national
- an EU, EEA and Swiss national with settled or pre-settled status.
If you are none of these, you are likely to have international status unless you meet certain criteria.
For a detailed explanation of fee status rules, check the UK Council for International Students' HE fee status guide.
The tables below show our basic annual fees for full-time courses. Your annual fee could be higher or lower depending on your course and study type. Check your course page for full details.
Fees for 2022–23 start
Fees for 2023–24 start
Home fees are regulated by the UK government and are currently capped until 2024–25.
International fees are the same for each year of your course.
However fees could change in response to changes in government policy.
For full details of how we manage fees, download our student fee regulations from the terms and conditions page.
Additional course costs
To help you think about the full cost of study, we provide estimates of extra costs for each course.
Examples of extra costs include printing, textbooks and graduation gown hire.
You can find estimates for your course in the 'Additional course costs' section of your course page.