We can tell you the price of a degree - but that's not the same as its value. You really can't put a price on turning your dream into reality.
The government has announced that it will raise the cap for undergraduate fees in line with inflation. The tuition fee for entry to the 2017-18 academic year will be £9,250 for full-time undergraduate degree courses (including foundation year) and £6,150 for a full-time foundation degree, HND and other qualifications below degree level. This is assuming that the relevant regulations are passed by Parliament. These fees would apply to the 2017-18 academic year only and may be subject to inflationary increases in subsequent years of study.
We guarantee that all EU students entering our University in 2017 will pay the UK (home student) annual tuition fee for the full duration of their programme of study, and benefit from the £500 kickstart award.
See Undergraduate scholarships for eligibility
If you study an undergraduate course with a placement year and pay UK/EU fees, you receive a full fee waiver for your placement year.
If you study an integrated master's course (MComp, MEng or MSci) and pay UK/EU fees, you pay a discounted fee of £4,500 in your final year.
Part-time undergraduate courses starting in September 2017 range from £3,960 to £4,500 for 120 credits. You can find fees information for part-time undergraduate courses on each individual course page.
Fees for international students (non-European Union) are £10,750 for full-time undergraduate degrees.
More about our international fees
For a Higher National Certificate (HNC) you study eight modules at £493.75 for each module. For the Higher National Diploma (HND) you study a maximum of 16 modules, again at £493.75 each. You usually pay for one module at a time.
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For all fees and funding enquiries, please contact Student Finance.