Fees for returning students

Find out how much you'll pay in fees as a returning student.

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  • Fees for students returning in 2019/20

    Fees for undergraduate students returning in 2019/20

    Home, EU and Islands students: Tuition fees for returning home, EU and Islands students are unchanged and will be £9,250 for the 2019/20 academic year.

    These fees are subject to regulatory approval and please note that fees may change in subsequent academic years. This will be in line with the future Government reviews of university fee levels.

    Overseas students: Tuition fees for returning overseas undergraduate students will rise to:

    • standard lower rate: £15,900 (for the academic year 2019/20)
    • standard higher rate: £19,700 (for the academic year 2019/20)

    If you started your undergraduate course in September 2018, these fees are set to increase each year over the duration of your degree by 2.5% per annum (subject to rounding for administrative purposes and assuming you don't have a break in your studies), as outlined in your offer letter.

    See our terms and conditions for tuition fees.

    Fees for Masters students returning in 2019/20

    Home and EU students: Tuition fees for returning home and EU Masters students for standard courses will rise to:

    • £8,100 (standard lower rate)
    • £9,750 (standard higher rate).

    Overseas students: Tuition fees for returning international Masters students for standard courses will rise to:

    • £15,900 (standard lower rate)
    • £19,700 (standard higher rate).

    The first year fee and annual inflationary increases (subject to rounding for administrative purposes) are set for the duration of the course at the outset.

    If you started your postgraduate course in September 2018, these fees are set to increase each year over the duration of your degree by 2.5% per annum (subject to rounding for administrative purposes and assuming you don't have a break in your studies), as outlined in your offer letter.

    See our terms and conditions for tuition fees.

    Fees for PhD students returning in 2019/20

    Home and EU students: Tuition fees for returning home/EU PhD students (published by Research Councils UK (RCUK)) are still to be confirmed.

    Home and EU PhD student fees are set at the level recommended by Research Councils UK (RCUK) annually, rising in line with inflation.

    Overseas students: Tuition fees for returning international PhD students will rise to:

    • £15,900 (standard lower rate)
    • £19,700 (standard higher rate). 

    The first year fee and annual inflationary increases (subject to rounding for administrative purposes) are set for the duration of the course at the outset.

    If you started your postgraduate course in 2018, these fees are set to increase each year over the duration of your degree by 2.5% per annum (subject to rounding for administrative purposes and assuming you don't have a break in your studies), as outlined in your offer letter.

    See our terms and conditions for tuition fees.

  • Fees for students returning in 2018/19

    Fees for undergraduate students returning in 2018/19

    Home, EU and Islands students: Tuition fees for returning home, EU and Islands students are unchanged and will be £9,250 for the 2018/19 academic year.

    These fees are subject to regulatory approval and please note that fees may change in subsequent academic years. This will be in line with the future Government reviews of university fee levels.

    Overseas students: Tuition fees for returning overseas undergraduate students will rise to:

    • standard lower rate: £15,500 (for the academic year 2018/19)
    • standard higher rate: £19,200 (for the academic year 2018/19)

    If you started your undergraduate course in September 2017, these fees are set to increase each year over the duration of your degree by 2.5% per annum (subject to rounding for administrative purposes and assuming you don't have a break in your studies), as outlined in your offer letter.

    See our terms and conditions for tuition fees.

    Fees for Masters students returning in 2018/19

    Home and EU students: Tuition fees for returning home and EU Masters students for standard courses will rise to:

    • £7,900 (standard lower rate)
    • £9,500 (standard higher rate).

    Overseas students: Tuition fees for returning international Masters students for standard courses will rise to:

    • £15,500 (standard lower rate)
    • £19,200 (standard higher rate).

    The first year fee and annual inflationary increases (subject to rounding for administrative purposes) are set for the duration of the course at the outset.

    If you started your postgraduate course in September 2017, these fees are set to increase each year over the duration of your degree by 2.5% per annum (subject to rounding for administrative purposes and assuming you don't have a break in your studies), as outlined in your offer letter.

    See our terms and conditions for tuition fees.

    Fees for PhD students returning in 2018/19

    Home and EU students: Tuition fees for returning home/EU PhD students (published by Research Councils UK (RCUK)) are £4,260

    Home and EU PhD student fees are set at the level recommended by Research Councils UK (RCUK) annually, rising in line with inflation.

    Overseas students: Tuition fees for returning international PhD students will rise to:

    • £15,500 (standard lower rate)
    • £19,200 (standard higher rate). 

    The first year fee and annual inflationary increases (subject to rounding for administrative purposes) are set for the duration of the course at the outset.

    If you started your postgraduate course in 2017, these fees are set to increase each year over the duration of your degree by 2.5% per annum (subject to rounding for administrative purposes and assuming you don't have a break in your studies), as outlined in your offer letter.

    See our terms and conditions for tuition fees.

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