Tuition fees for 2021/22 are set at £7,500 per academic year*. This is in addition to a £300 registration fee (£500 for international students) required to confirm your place on the course.
Masters fees are £8,000 (including international students). The fee is the same for both full-time and part-time students.
UK students may apply for funding support through Student Finance England. You can find information about how to apply at: direct.gov.uk/studentfinance
Students from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales should select the appropriate link for finance:
EU students may qualify for a student loan to cover the course fees. You can find information about how to apply at: direct.gov.uk/studentfinance (select “Students from other EU countries”).
Please note that student funding for this course is not available to everyone. The most common reasons for a student not receiving funding are:
- You do not have the required academic qualifications
- You have already studied a qualification at Level 4 or above
- You do not hold a passport for an EU country
- You did not complete the application form correctly
For more information, the GOV.UK Student Finance Guides are available here
If you have any questions, please contact our Fees and Finance team.
The following links contain a variety of useful information for those considering taking out a student loan:
*Fees correct as of 2022-2023 academic year. Fees for subsequent years are subject to change.