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Fees and funding

In this section you will find information on fees, loans and financial support, so you can work out how much it will cost to come to university and what help is available.

While you are studying at Worcester, you will need to pay annual tuition fees to us. You will also need to consider other expenses such as living costs, accommodation fees and study materials.

A wide range of financial support is available to help you cover the cost of your studies, throughout the duration of your course.

Academic year 2018/19

Undergraduate students:

The new students' tuition fees 2018/19 document  gives a complete list of fees for undergraduate students joining the University in the 2018/19 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 2018/19 academic year.

  • The standard annual fee for full-time undergraduate student enrolling on BA/BSc degrees, FdA/FdSc foundation degree or HNDs in the 2018/19 academic year (including Nursing and Midwifery) is £9,250.
  • The annual fee for a student enrolling on a PGCE in the academic year 2018/19 is £9,250.
  • Part-time fees are generally charged on a pro rata basis.

Postgraduate students:

The postgraduate tuition fees 2018/19 and continuing postgraduate student tuition fees documents give a complete list of postgraduate tuition fees.

In addition to the fees mentioned in the documents linked above, the 2018/19 fee for Continuing Part-Time MPhil and PhD students is £1,425 per annum; the 2018/19 fee for Visiting PhD students is £304 per month; and the 2018/19 Research Bursary (Stipend) is £14,777 per annum.

 

 

Office for Students registration and 2019/20 student loans

For students to be eligible for funding from Student Finance England, they must be studying on an eligible course at a provider registered with the Office for Students (OfS). The OfS is the new independent regulator for higher education in England and all higher education providers need to register with the OfS for their students to be eligible for student support in the 2019-20 academic year. The OfS will start publishing providers on its Register from July 2018. We have made an application to register and expect a decision by September 2018. No provider will be able to confirm whether student support is available until it has a decision from the OfS. Visit www.officeforstudents.org.uk for more information.”