Information on costs, scholarships and discounts for international students.
Courses starting in September 2017
The yearly fees for new international students (non-EU) on a full-time course in 2017-18 are:
* Higher tier fees are charged for MPhil and PhD study based in the School of Science & Engineering to reflect the higher costs of these disciplines. The fee applicable will be clearly stated in your offer letter.
Research degree students - after a period of three years (five years for part-time students), and once the data gathering and analysis phase of the project is completed, students are entitled to a period of one year (two years for part-time students) at which a reduced writing-up fee is payable. The writing up fee for 2017-18 is £650 - this flat fee covers the writing-up period. If the work is not submitted for examination within the designated writing-up period, the fee will normally revert to the standard fee for the following year.
** International student scholarship fee of £1,500 is not available to students during the work placement year.
Courses starting in January 2017
***A half-year programme for students with IELTS 5.5 with no band below 5.0
If you are an international (non-European Union) student funding your own studies, you must pay a deposit of £4,000 before receiving your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number which enables you to apply for a visa. We confirm the required deposit in your conditional offer.
If you are applying for a six month International Foundation programme or a Pre-sessional English course the University requires full fees in advance.
If you are refused a visa, we refund your deposit. If your visa is issued, the University keeps your deposit.
You may be eligible for a scholarship of up to £1,500 a year if you are a self-funded international (non-European Union) student studying on a foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate programme. 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. Find out more about scholarships here.
If you are an international student (non-European Union) who studied with us at undergraduate level and you progress to a postgraduate course - or you complete a master's with us and progress to further postgraduate study - you are awarded £1,000 discount on your first-year fees for the next programme. This is provided that you apply directly to us and don't use an agent.
You need to allow approximately £1,015 a month for living costs for the duration of your programme. You must also make sure that you have enough money to pay for your full programme fees.
You must pay a deposit of £4,000 before you enrol at the University. You can pay the remaining balance in up to seven monthly instalments. If you are studying at the University full time and pay in full before you enrol, you are entitled to a £400 early payment discount.
Your course fees are fixed at the same level for all the years you study on the same course. 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 are not entitled to an international scholarship.
Use the UNIAID to help you manage your money.
UNIAID international student calculator .
At Teesside University we offer a generous funding package for home and European Union students who are starting in 2017 - these include scholarships, discounts, fee waivers and bursaries.
More about our funding offer for undergraduate EU students
More about our funding offer for postgraduate EU students