Tuition fees for undergraduate International students

Tuition fees cover the cost of your registration, teaching, assessment, and operating university facilities, such as the library, IT equipment and other support services.

When you accept the offer of a place on a course, you are accepting responsibility for the payment of your tuition fees. You can do this in advance or via instalments.

Some courses, especially those in the Faculty of Health Studies, will have additional costs to be covered by the student, for DBS checks and uniforms. Check your course page for details.

These fees are for International (not EU) students - check our  page to see if you qualify for Home fees instead.

2018-19 entry (September 2018 - August 2019)

Type of courseFee per yearSandwich placement year fee
Lab-based (including all Faculty of Engineering & Informatics and Faculty of Life Sciences courses) £17,800 £1,780
Classroom-based £14,950 £1,500
Foundation year £11,890 -
Faculty of Health Studies: BSc Public Health and Community Wellbeing £14,950 -
Faculty of Health Studies: BSc Occupational Therapy, BSc Physiotherapy, MPhysiotherapy - Sport and Exercise Medicine, BSc Nursing (Adult), BSc Nursing (Mental Health) £18,440 -
Dementia stand-alone module £3,740 -

Fees for students repeating credits

If you are repeating 70 credits or less you will be charged a fee pro rata to the standard fee for that year.

Students repeating 80 credits or more will pay the full standard fee applicable to that year of study.