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Undergraduate fees vary depend on a student's permanent residency status. Each student is classified as one of (1) Home and EU, (2) Channel Islands and Isle of Man, or (3) Overseas. 

The following estimates of costs relate to the annual charges for academic years 2016-17 and 2017-18. No attempt has been made to incorporate an estimate of future inflation. Further Government action to increase fees charged to both Home and Overseas students cannot be ruled out, but no major increases are foreseen at the moment.  

All of the following figures are chargeable on an annual basis.

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Channel Islands and Isle of Man Undergraduate Students »

University Tuition Fees (2016/2017)

The University Fee is set at a different level for different subjects.

Group 1

Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic; Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Economics; Education; English; History; History of Art; Human, Social and Political Sciences; Land Economy; Law; Linguistics; Modern and Medieval Languages; Philosophy; Theology and Religious Studies

£15,816
Group 2Mathematics£17,640
Group 3Architecture; Geography; Music£20,697
Group 4Chemical Engineering; Computer Science; Engineering; Management Studies; Manufacturing Engineering; Natural Sciences; Psychological and Behavioural Sciences£24,069
Group 5Medicine and Veterinary Medicine (both Pre-Clinical and Clinical Training)£38,283

College Fees (for academic year 2016/17)

-      £6,250 (for admission to the College in 2015, across all subject areas)

-      £6,800 (for admission to the College in 2016, across all subject areas)

University Tuition Fees (2017/2018)

Group 1

Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic; Archaeology; Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Economics; Education; English; History; History and Modern Languages; History and Politics; History of Art; Human, Social and Political Sciences; Land Economy; Law; Linguistics; Modern and Medieval Languages; Philosophy; Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion

£16,608
Group 2Mathematics£18,522
Group 3Architecture; Geography; Music£21,732
Group 4Chemical Engineering; Computer Science; Engineering; Management Studies; Manufacturing Engineering; Natural Sciences; Psychological and Behavioural Sciences£25,275
Group 5Medicine and Veterinary Medicine (both Pre-Clinical and Clinical Training)£40,200

College Fees (for academic year 2017/18)

-      £6,253 (for admission to the College in 2015, across all subject areas)

-      £6,800 (for admission to the College in 2016, across all subject areas)

-      £7,500 (for admission to the College in 2017, across all subject areas)

College Fees (for academic year 2018/19)

-      £6,295 (for admission to the College in 2015, across all subject areas)

-      £6,800 (for admission to the College in 2016, across all subject areas)

-      £7,500 (for admission to the College in 2017, across all subject areas)

-      £8,250 (for admission to the College in 2018, across all subject areas)

Home and EU Undergraduate Students »

University Tuition Fees

£9,000 (for 2016/2017)

£9,250 (for 2017/2018)

College Fees

Subject to a fee status check, the College fee for Home and EU undergraduates who are on their first undergraduate course is included within the University fee and does not constitute an additional charge. UK or EU students who are eligible for public support do not normally have to pay an additional College fee, unless they are studying for a second degree.

There are different regulations for ELQ (Equivalent or Lower Qualification) students, who study for a degree which is equivalent to, or at a lower level than, a qualification they already possess when they commence their course. More specifically, the fees for undergraduate ELQ students who commence their studies in 2017-18, will be £9,771 for the University and £7,500 for the College.

Please note: On 21 April 2017, the government confirmed that EU students applying for courses starting in 2018 will remain eligible for undergraduate, master’s, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in academic year 2018 to 2019. These students will continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU. For more information, visit this page on Gov.uk.

Overseas Undergraduate Students »

University Tuition Fees (2016/2017)

The University Fee is set at a different level for different subjects.

Group 1

Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic; Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Economics; Education; English; History; History of Art; Human, Social and Political Sciences; Land Economy; Law; Linguistics; Modern and Medieval Languages; Philosophy; Theology and Religious Studies

£15,816
Group 2Mathematics£17,640
Group 3Architecture; Geography; Music£20,697
Group 4Chemical Engineering; Computer Science; Engineering; Management Studies; Manufacturing Engineering; Natural Sciences; Psychological and Behavioural Sciences£24,069
Group 5Medicine and Veterinary Medicine (both Pre-Clinical and Clinical Training) £38,283

College Fees (for academic year 2016/17)

-      £6,250 (for admission to the College in 2015, across all subject areas)

-      £6,800 (for admission to the College in 2016, across all subject areas)

University Tuition Fees (2017/2018)

Group 1

Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic; Archaeology; Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Economics; Education; English; History; History and Modern Languages; History and Politics; History of Art; Human, Social and Political Sciences; Land Economy; Law; Linguistics; Modern and Medieval Languages; Philosophy; Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion

£16,608
Group 2Mathematics£18,522
Group 3Architecture; Geography; Music£21,732
Group 4Chemical Engineering; Computer Science; Engineering; Management Studies; Manufacturing Engineering; Natural Sciences; Psychological and Behavioural Sciences£25,275
Group 5Medicine and Veterinary Medicine (both Pre-Clinical and Clinical Training)£40,200

College Fees (for academic year 2017/18)

-      £6,253 (for admission to the College in 2015, across all subject areas)

-      £6,800 (for admission to the College in 2016, across all subject areas)

-      £7,500 (for admission to the College in 2017, across all subject areas)

College Fees (for academic year 2018/19)

-      £6,295 (for admission to the College in 2015, across all subject areas)

-      £6,800 (for admission to the College in 2016, across all subject areas)

-      £7,500 (for admission to the College in 2017, across all subject areas)

-      £8,250 (for admission to the College in 2018, across all subject areas)

The College requires assurance (either in the form of a banker’s letter confirming guarantor's ability to pay based on annual income, or evidence of the award of an approved scholarship) that the applicant will be have adequate funding available to pay such fees and charges as he or she is liable for, in approximately equal annual amounts as detailed above - for the duration of their course.

N.B. All overseas students are required to provide sufficient financial assurances by 1 June in the year in which their course commences. See the attached pdf for the definition of an overseas student.

The advice in this document is given on the basis of the written information made available to us, and the rules as they currently apply. It is given without any undertaking as to its accuracy on the part of the College, and you should seek confirmation of your fee status from your Local Education Authority, or equivalent body.

Attachments

University definition of an overseas student (for fee purposes)