Learn how much it will cost to study an undergraduate course at a university or college.
Tuition fee for undergraduate courses vary between academic institutions and between undergraduate course types. You will be able to see exactly how much they are in relevant course page, but you can get an approximate idea from below.
Tuition fees for undergraduate courses depend on:
If you are unsure of your fee status (UK, EU, or international/overseas), please contact the Admissions Office for advice.
UK tuition fees for undergraduate courses vary depending on your home country. For home students, English universities can charge up to a maximum of £9,250 per year for an undergraduate degree.
Institutions in Wales can charge up to £9,000 for home students and £3,925 for European Union and Northern Irish students. However, if you are Welsh student, you can apply for a fee grant to cover some of the cost of your tuition fees. This grant is currently not repayable or income assessed. Northern Irish universities will charge up to £4,030 for home students and may charge up to £9,250 for students from elsewhere in the UK. Scotland does not charge home or EU students fees at undergraduate level, however, any student from England, Wales or Northern Ireland is expected to pay up to £9,250 per year.
You will find exact fees for undergraduate level courses on individual course page –
Tuition fees may be higher and you might not be able to get the same financial support.
The UK has voted to leave the European Union. It’s not currently known how long that process will take or the impact that it will have on UK policy on higher education tuition fees, loans and bursaries. However, universities and colleges have confirmed that the fee for EU students who will start their undergraduate studies in 2020, will be at the applicable Home student fee rate and they will not be subject to the overseas fee rate at any point during the course of their study. Please note that all fees may be subject to increase, which may be annual. The fee status of EU nationals for 2020 entry onward has yet to be determined by the UK government.
There is no ‘standard’ international fee for UK undergraduate courses. Instead, UK universities and colleges are free to set their own fees for undergraduate courses. However, as an international student, you will probably find that your fees are higher than a ‘home’ student. Your exact fees will vary depending on how expensive your course is to teach and which university or college you study at.
Undergraduate degrees tuition fees for International student vary considerably, starting at around £10,000 and going up to £38,000 or more for medical degrees. At all levels, humanities and social sciences degrees tend to cost the least, while laboratory and clinical degree programs are markedly more expensive. You will find exact fees for undergraduate level courses on individual course page.
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