Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees

Each course profile page includes the expected tuition fees for your course. Some courses involve intensive laboratory, clinical or fieldwork so may have higher fees.

European Union (EU) students usually pay the same fees as UK students.

International students (from outside of the EU) will be charged fees at the international rate. Part-time fees for international students normally do not apply as your student visa requires you to study full time.

UK/EU students applying for a course leading to a qualification equivalent to or lower than a qualification already held, may have to pay higher fees. The UK government no longer provides funding to universities for these students. Some exemptions do apply, so contact your course to discuss options.

Visit the course profiles to find out about tuition fees and costs.

Paying fees

Tuition fees are usually payable for each year of your study.

International students and research students will need to pay half of their tuition fees in order to register at the University in September. The second half of your fees will be due in the following January.

Further fee payment information for international and research students can be found on our pre-arrival website.

New tuition fee instalment scheme for 2015 entry

UK/EU students registering for an eligible taught postgraduate course with a September start date can now pay for their annual tuition fees in six instalments. Read more about our tuition fee instalment scheme.


Many funding awards can cover the cost of tuition fees - use our Funding Database to find out what you could be eligible for.