Academic year 2019/20

Undergraduate students:

The new students' tuition fees 2019/20 document  gives a complete list of fees for undergraduate students joining the University in the 2019/20 academic year, including students on top-up courses. The undergraduate year two and undergraduate year three/four documents give a complete list of fees for students continuing their studies in the 2019/20 academic year.

  • The standard annual fee for full-time home/EU undergraduate students enrolling on BA/BSc degrees, FdA/FdSc foundation degree or HNDs in the 2019/20 academic year (including Nursing and Midwifery) is £9,250.
  • The annual fee for a home/EU student enrolling on a PGCE in the academic year 2019/20 is £9,250.
  • Part-time fees are generally charged on a pro rata basis.

Postgraduate students:

The postgraduate tuition fees 2019/20 document gives a complete list of postgraduate tuition fees.

Tuition fees for part-time students are charged on the basis of modules which you choose to study and the credit value of the module. Details of fees are included in the postgraduate tuition fees 2019/20 document.

In addition to the fees mentioned in the documents linked above, the 2019/20 fee for Continuing Part-Time MPhil and PhD students is £1,465 per annum; the 2019/20 fee for Visiting PhD students is £313 per month; and the 2019/20 Research Bursary (Stipend) is £15,009 per annum.

Pre-sessionals - 2019/20

  • Our pre-sessional 10-week course costs £4,800 (including accommodation) or £3,300 (excluding accommodation).
  • Our pre-sessional 6-week course costs £2,900 (including accommodation) or £2,000 (excluding accommodation).

Funding

Funding for EU students has been approved for the academic year 2018/19. The Government confirmed that EU students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, master's, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in academic year 2018 to 2019. Find out more about the student loan.  

Scholarships

To help with the financial responsibility of students, we offer a range of scholarships.

EU Maintenance Scholarships (merit-based)

Merit-based maintenance scholarships are for EU students who achieve 128 UCAS points and who do not qualify for maintenance loans from Student Finance England (download this document for more details on Eligibility Criteria by Country). It is a great opportunity to be awarded £1,000 in your first year of a full-time undergraduate study. Students who meet the relevant academic requirements will automatically qualify for the scholarship when they enrol at the University.