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.
Teesside University charges £9,250 a year for full-time undergraduate degree courses (including foundation year), £6,150 a year for a full-time foundation degree, or other qualification below degree level (with the exception of the Cert HE Health Sciences which is £9,250 a year), and £4,500 for an HNC/HND. These fees apply to the 2022-23 academic year only and may be subject to inflationary increases in subsequent years of study.
Find out what is and isn't included in your tuition fee.
This course does not attract any funding from the Student Loans Company as it doesn't meet their eligibility criteria. This means that you won't be able to obtain a tuition fee loan to cover the fees and should be prepared to self-fund this course.
If you study an undergraduate course with a placement year and pay UK 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 fees, you pay a discounted fee of either £6,100 (standard tier) or £6,695 (enhanced tier) in your final year. The fee is dependent on the fee tier that has been agreed for this course. The fee will be detailed on the relevant course page.
Part-time undergraduate courses starting in September 2022 or January 2023 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.
Tuition fees for international students vary. The tuition fee for an international student on a full-time undergraduate degree is £14,000.
Fees for international students
If your course starts on or after the 1 August 2021 you will not be eligible for home fee status, undergraduate, postgraduate and further education financial support from Student Finance England unless you meet one of the following criteria:
Due to the UK's withdrawal from the EU, the Government issued new eligibility rules for home fee status and student finance from the 2021-22 academic year. These rules are expected to be enshrined in law (by amendment to The Education (Student Support) Regulations 2011 (as amended) (the Regulations)) in early 2021. For EU Students, this means that, subject to certain exceptions, you are not eligible for home fee status and student finance from 1 August 2021. Please refer to the full eligibility rules for full details.
Tuition fees for Teesside University online learning courses vary - please check the course page for the correct fee.
More about online learning fees
For a Higher National Certificate (HNC) you study eight modules at £495 for each module. For the Higher National Diploma (HND) you study a maximum of 16 modules, again at £495 each. You usually pay for one module at a time.
More about open learning engineering
Please contact Student Life.