Funding for Postgraduate & non-EU Undergraduate Students
|Headline fees for 2017/18|
|Undergraduate programmes (non EU/ELQ)||£21,200|
|Standard, long-year postgraduate programmes (UK/EU)||£9,350|
|Standard postgraduate programmes (non EU/ELQ)||£21,200|
Please note, subsequent years of study will be charged at the rate for that year.
The full tuition fee schedule for 2017/18 is now available.
UK/EU Postgraduate students may be eligible for the Government supported Postgraduate Loan of up to £10,000. For further information, please see our website here.
Postgraduate and non-EU students who are not able to find private sponsorship will need to find alternative means to fund their studies. For many students this will be first time they have to find income to support their educational development, and the School is committed to supporting students during this search. The School expects students to take the initiative in supporting their studies and advises that they should apply to as many sources of funding as possible.
To help students find as many funding opportunities as possible, the School provides guidance on potential sources of external funding such as charities, foundations and educational trusts. In addition, the School also provides information on how to plan and execute a fundraising campaign. Ideally, potential students should consider how they will fund their studies a year prior to starting their studies as many closing dates are between January and March of the previous academic year.
Students applying for external funding should check that the organisation does not already donate money to the School. You can find a list of current donors here.
Find information about financial support provided by the School.
Guidance booklets for download:
- Funding for Postgraduates
- Funding for non-EU Undergraduates
- Funding for North America
- General Fundraising Advice
External Funding Checklist: External Funding checklist (40.5 KB)