What you need to know about postgraduate fees and funding
To find out more about your tuition fees, your student funding options and other useful information – click on the boxes below and links on the left. This information relates to both UK (including Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) and EU students starting in 2020. Where differences exist these will be noted in the text. If you have any questions or need expert advice, get in touch with one of our advisers.
At the time of writing (due to the coronavirus) staff are working remotely from the University. However we are still happy to answer your queries – it may just take us a day or two longer to reply.
As an undergraduate 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 starting your course.
Students starting in 2020
For students commencing study in 2020, all of our tuition fees can be found on the specific course information. Once you've found a course that you are interested in you can find all the information about fees and funding on the course information page.
For current students, your tuition fee information would have been confirmed to you prior to you commencing your studies. If you need to check the information or are unsure of any aspect of your tuition fees, please contact Registry Services.
In addition, if you are planning to study on a healthcare course then additional funding will be available for you from September 2020 onwards.
It took the launch of the postgraduate loan to make me realise that Masters study was something I could do.