Fees

Annual tuition fees for overseas postgraduate students commencing their studies in the academic year 2017/18 can be found below.

Year of study PhD Full-time PhD Part-time
Home (UK/EU) Students
Year 1
This fee has not yet been confirmed but as a guide the fee for 2016-17 entry was £4,121
This fee has not yet been confirmed but as a guide the fee for 2015-16 entry was £2,060
Years 2 & 3 FT
(2 - 6 part-time)
These fees will increase each year to allow for inflation. A general guide for this is 2-3%.
International Students
Years 1 - 3
(1-6 Part-time)
£17,000 *see below
  These fees will remain fixed for the duration of the programme. If deferring to the next academic year, however, the fee is subject to an increase.
Submission Pending
12 months £225 £225

 

Year of study MPhil Full-time MPhil Part-time
Home (UK/EU) Students
Year 1
(1 & 2 part-time)
This fee has not yet been confirmed but as a guide the fee for 2016-17 entry was £4,121
This fee has not yet been confirmed but as a guide the fee for 2015-16 entry was £2,060
Overseas Students
Year 1
(1 & 2 part-time)
£17,000 *see below
  These fees will remain fixed for the duration of the programme. If deferring to the next academic year, however, the fee is subject to an increase.
Submission Pending
12 months £225 £225

 

Year of study MRes Full-time MRes Part-time
Home (UK/EU) Students
Year 1
(1 & 2 part-time)
This fee has not yet been confirmed but as a guide the fee for 2016-17 entry was £7,700 This fee has not yet been confirmed but as a guide the fee for 2016-17 entry was £3,850
Overseas Students
Year 1
(1 & 2 part-time)
£15,500 *see below
  These fees will remain fixed for the duration of the programme. If deferring to the next academic year, however, the fee is subject to an increase.

* Students who require a visa in order to study in the UK are not eligible to apply for the part-time PhD or MPhil.

Please note that fees quoted are only valid for 2017/2018 entry, and will increase each year. If you defer your offer of a place you are required to pay the fees relevant to your new year of entry.

All applicants must be fully aware of the costs involved with studying for a research degree, including tuition fees and living expenses, and if admitted onto the programme be able to cover such costs. For information about estimated living expenses, visit the University's cost of living pages >>