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The University of Manchester will charge a headline fee of £9,000 per year to home/EU undergraduates from September 2012.
This fee will enable the University to maintain the quality of a Manchester degree, invest in the wider student experience and offer a range of bursaries and discounts for students from less well-off backgrounds.
For home students there are no costs at the point of entry and tuition fee loans are available to cover the cost of the fee. Graduates will only start to repay tuition fee loans once they are earning over £21,000 per year.
Under the terms of the Manchester Bursary scheme, low-income students will have the option of taking a discount to cover some of the costs of their tuition. Students expecting to qualify for a fee discount should still apply for the full tuition fee loan from Student Finance England. The University will notify Student Finance England of any fee discount once it has been applied and the loan amount will be adjusted accordingly.
If you already hold an undergraduate degree, you will be charged the same £9,000 per year fee as students undertaking a degree for the first time but you will not be eligible for a tuition fee loan.
The standard tuition fee for a study abroad/industrial placement year is currently set at £3,000.
The tuition fee applicable to study abroad and industrial placement years from the 2014/15 academic year onwards is currently the subject of government deliberation. The government has signalled its intention to cap the fee at £1,350. In the event that the cap of £1,350 is confirmed the University will reduce the fee for a study abroad/industrial placement year accordingly.
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