Fees for continuing students: Computing, Engineering and Built Environment

Fees for continuing students 2021/22

The below information applies to the following Schools:

  • Built Environment
  • Computing
  • Digital Technology
  • Engineering

The following provides full-time fee information for students continuing their studies in the 2021/22 academic year.

Home students: undergraduate courses

Normally the tuition fees for undergraduate students remain at the same level throughout the duration of the programme other than as a result of increases in inflation based on the Retail Prices Index or to reflect changes in government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament. Other circumstances where your tuition fee is likely to change include where you change your mode of study (e.g. from part-time to full-time), take an Interruption of Studies or a waiver, refund or bursary is applied in which case you will have been informed of the different fee that is payable.

Home students: postgraduate taught courses

The University reserves the right to increase fees for subsequent years of study in line with increases in inflation based on the Retail Prices Index and the additional costs we incur each year to deliver our courses, maintain and develop our infrastructure and provide a range of support services, or to reflect changes in Government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament.

For 2021/22, the University agreed an increase of 3% to non-regulated fees, rounded up to the nearest £100, which means that courses in the following bands for 2020/21 will be charged at the following amounts in this academic year (2021/22):

20/21 fees

21/22 fees

Band 2

£6,400

£6,600

Band 3

£7,400

£7,700

Band 4

£8,500

£8,800

Continuing students will pay the 2021/22 fee equivalent to their 2020/21 band (before any bursaries/fee waivers have been applied). 

International students (undergraduate and postgraduate)

The University reserves the right to increase fees for subsequent years of study in line with increases in inflation based on the Retail Prices Index and the additional costs we incur each year to deliver our courses, maintain and develop our infrastructure and provide a range of support services, or to reflect changes in Government funding policies or changes agreed by Parliament.

For 2021/22, the University agreed an increase of 3% to non-regulated fees, rounded up to the nearest £100, which means that courses in the following bands for 2020/1 will be charged at the following amounts in this academic year (2021/22):

20/21 fees

21/22 fees

Band A

 £12,800

 £13,200

Band A1

 £14,000

 £14,500

Continuing students will pay the 2021/22 fee equivalent to their 2020/21 band (before any bursaries/fee waivers have been applied). 

Please note that if you are following a different mode of study, a different fee is likely to apply to you. Where this is the case, the University will have informed you of the fee that is payable in your particular circumstance.