Your annual tuition fees cover standard tuition, examination costs and membership of the Students' Union. Fees for non-UK students are higher because the University does not receive any external support funding from the British Government.
To determine how much your fees will be, please refer to the 'Fees and How to Apply' tab of the course you want to study—view course pages.
How to pay your tuition fees
Tuition fees are due in full as soon as you have started your course. We offer instalments over six months if you have paid 50 per cent of your tuition fees. Or 50 per cent before enrolment and 50 per cent at the start of term two. Payments must be in Pounds Sterling.
Your fee status
If we offer a place on a course because you are an international student, you will have to pay the higher 'overseas' tuition fee.
If you can show a relevant connection to the UK, you may be classed as a 'home' student and be exempt from international fees. Or, if you fit into one of the Home Office fees categories and meet all their criteria for that category (to be listed shortly), you could be eligible to pay 'home' fees.
If you wish to enquire about your fees status, you'll need to complete a Fee Status Questionnaire. Your answers will help us determine your rate.
You can download the Fee Status Questionnaire form and return it for assessment to firstname.lastname@example.org. You must also send us copies of all relevant documents to support your claim. The rules relating to which students are charged the higher rate 'overseas' tuition fee is determined by the UK Government.
It is essential to carefully consider the financial implications of studying in the United Kingdom. In addition to paying tuition fees, you will need to cover your living expenses, including accommodation, food, heating, travel, books and stationery, while studying in the UK. The UKVI requires you to have at least £9,207 in your bank account for 28 days plus to meet the Student Visa financial requirements.