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Postgraduate fees and funding

What you need to know about postgraduate fees and funding

This section will help you understand your tuition fees and the funding options available so you can manage your student finances with confidence. The information relates to both UK and EU students as well as postgraduate taught and postgraduate research students, where differences exist, these will be noted in the text. If you have any questions or need expert advice please get in touch with one of our advisors.

EU student funding continued for 2020/21

EU students starting courses in 2020/21 will have guaranteed home fee status. Find out more.

Tuition fees

As a postgraduate taught student, you will be charged a tuition fee for each year of your course. The amount you will be charged is dependent on the year you commence your studies and where you live before you start your course.

Students starting their studies in the future

For students starting their studies in 2020, tuition fees are on the specific course information pages. Once you’ve found the course you are interested in, take a look at our funding information.

Current students

For current students, your tuition fee information would have been confirmed to you prior to commencing your studies. If you need to check the information or are unsure of any aspect of your tuition fees, please contact Registry Services.

Funding options

Postgraduate students have a range of funding options available to them. Follow the links below to discover your options:

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It took the launch of the postgraduate loan to make me realise that Masters study was something I could do.

Josh McDowell -
MA International Journalism