More about the money
Find out how much it costs to study at Teesside and any benefits you may be eligible for.
The yearly fees for new international students on full-time courses in 2013-14 are:
- £9,450 - international foundation programmes
- £10,450 - full-time undergraduate courses
- £10,450 - full-time postgraduate diploma courses
- £10,950 for full-time postgraduate courses
- £12,950 for the MBA Master of Business Administration.
£1,500 a year
- A scholarship of £1,500 a year is available for all self-funded international (non-European Union) students studying on foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate programmes
- Scholarships are awarded as a fee reduction for every year of full-time study
- If you are sponsored by your company, government or similar, you are not entitled to the international scholarship.
International MBA scholarship
A £3,000* scholarship for international students to study for a full-time MBA (Master of Business Administration) at Teesside University Business School for September 2013 entry.
You will normally be a manager with at least two years' relevant work experience and have one of the following:
- a good honours degree (or equivalent qualification)
- a postgraduate qualification
- a relevant professional qualification.
We encourage you to apply if you don't have an honours degree but have significant appropriate work experience.
*The £3,000 scholarship can't be combined with the £1,500 scholarship available to all self-funded international students on foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate programmes.
Staying on bonus
If you study with us at undergraduate level and progress to a postgraduate course, or you complete a master's with us and progress to further postgraduate study, you are awarded a £1,000 discount on your first-year fees for the next programme - provided that you apply directly to us and don't use an agent.
Deposits for self-funding students
If you are funding your own studies, you must pay a deposit before receiving your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number which enables you to apply for a visa. We confirm your deposit amount in your conditional offer. If you are refused a visa, we refund your deposit. If your visa is issued, the University retains your deposit.
- You must pay 50% of your net course fees before you enrol at the University
- You can pay the remaining 50% in up to seven monthly instalments
- If you pay in full before you enrol, you are entitled to a 5% early payment discount - this is 5% of the net course fee
- Your course fees are fixed at the same level for all the years you study on the same course
- These payment terms apply for each year of study. You must pay 50% deposit before you can enrol each year.
- As an international or European student you can pay fees in your own currency through Western Union.
- Your sponsor needs to confirm by letter that they are paying your fees before we can issue your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies. We only accept letters from approved sponsors
- You must bring an original copy of your sponsorship letter when you arrive at the University to enrol
- You aren't entitled to an international scholarship.
We advise £800 a month for the duration of your course.
Use the UNIAID to help you manage your money.
UNIAID international student calculator