Tuition fees and funding
UK and European Union students
The standard tuition fee for full-time research and taught postgraduate courses 2013-14 will be between £4,455 - £5,985 a year. Taught courses normally take one year. The fee for the MBA is £10,000.
|Fee for each 20 credit module||£495||£580||£665|
|Fee for each 180 credit programme||£4,455||£5,220||£5,985|
- Postgraduate full-time fees table 2013/14 (excel - 36kb)
Postgraduate funding support
From September 2013 benefit from a 10% fees discount towards your postgraduate taught course (part-time or full-time) if you:
- are a continuing Teesside University student progressing from an undergraduate to postgraduate course or
- have graduated from an undergraduate course at Teesside University within the last two years (2011-12) or
- graduated with first-class honours from an undergraduate course at any other university within the last two years (2011-12).
In the School of Science & Engineering, for MPhil and PhD courses, an additional bench fee of £2,500 applies for full-time research students (pro-rata for part-time). In exceptional circumstances this fee could be higher for particularly expensive projects. There is no bench fee for taught postgraduate courses leading to PgC, PgD or MSc.
There is a different fee structure for part-time study.
Part-time tuition fees and funding
Social work bursary - you may also be entitled to a social work bursary from the NHS in year 1 and year 2 of the MA Social Work Studies course. Further information about the social work bursary can be found at www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/Students/825.
Fees and funding for health courses
There are different arrangements for health courses.
Funding for health courses
How to pay fees to the University
For advice about fees and funding contact student services. Enquire now
For an overview of potential sources of postgraduate funding visit the Prospects website.
Some research projects at the University, which may be carried out as the basis of research degrees, are offered with partial or complete funding to cover fees and/or living costs. Other sources of funding include:
Disabled students allowances
For advice about fees and funding contact student services.
Elite athlete bursary
Up to £1,000 worth of support is available for talented students.
More about the elite athlete bursary
You may be funded by your employer to cover all or part of course fees. You must give us a letter confirming this or you willbe invoiced for your fees.
Professional and career development loans
These are bank loans that can be used to help pay for work related learning.
More about professional and career development loans