We will be charging a tuition fee of £9,000 per year for new undergraduates, from the UK and EU, who start university in 2014 or 2015.
Tuition fee costs for international students from outside the EU are provided in the individual degree pages.
Check the financial implications of studying for a second degree if you plan to study for a qualification that is at an equivalent level to, or a lower level than one you have already started.
A 2% early payment discount is available on any fees you pay yourself, if you pay in full on or before the 26 November.
An alumni discount of 20% off fee costs is available if you've already completed a degree at Newcastle, and are self-financing a second undergraduate degree with us.
We aim to minimise additional costs to students but some of our degrees involve costs that are not covered by tuition fees. To make sure that you budget accurately for university life, check if your degree requires any additional course costs.
You'll need to allow around £8,500 a year for living costs. This figure is for guidance only and will depend on your own personal spending patterns and how you manage your money.
The University will withhold degree certificates if tuition fees have not been paid. This policy is explained in the University General Regulations (PDF: 69KB).
To charge tuition fees of more than £6,000 per year universities have negotiated access agreements with the Office for Fair Access (OFFA). The Newcastle University Access Agreement 2014 entry (PDF: 1.08MB) and Newcastle University Access Agreement 2015 entry (PDF: 845KB) set out our commitment to widening participation and fair access.