Studying in the UK can be great value for money. UK degree courses are generally shorter than in the US and Australia because they are more intensive.
Full-time postgraduate masters courses are only one year compared to two in many other countries.
Tuition fees cover the cost of your study at the University and include charges for registration, tuition, supervision, examinations and graduation.
Payment of fees will also entitle you to membership of the Library, the Students' Union and the Athletic Union.
To provide you with certainty in your financial planning, the University has fixed tuition fees for new international students for the duration of their course.
Any offer of a place at the University is made on the understanding that you have sufficient funds to pay for your tuition fees and your living expenses for the entire duration of your period of study.
Fees vary for each course. Details of individual course fees can be found in the course profiles:
- Foundation year courses
- Undergraduate courses
- Postgraduate taught courses
- Postgraduate research programmes
Paying your fees
Tuition fees can be paid by the following methods:
- Personal cheque (drawn on a UK account)
- Building society cheque (drawn on a UK account)
- Bankers' draft (in Sterling)
- Euro-cheque (for amounts over £50)
- Credit card
- Debit card
- Direct debit (requires a UK account)
For more information on methods of payment please visit the Crucial Guide for Students website:
For more information on fees please refer to the Crucial Guide for Students website:
If you have a question concerning your fees please contact us.