Tuition Fees

Tuition fees cover the cost of your study at university. Fees include charges for things like your tuition, examinations and graduation.

You can get loans and grants to help you pay your tuition fees and living costs. Our website has more information regarding what loans and grants you may be eligible for.

Tuition Fees for September 2022

Fee information for Home UK students

The tuition fees for Home (UK) apply to UK applicants domiciled in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

The fees for students starting their studies in September 2022 are: 

Home (UK) 

 

£

Full Session 9,000
Single Semester 4,500
Exchange Out (Full Session) 1,350
Year in Industry 1,800
Year Abroad 1,350
Visiting In (Full Session) 9,000
Visiting In (Single Semester) 4,500

Fee information for international students (including EU)

Please note Irish nationals will continue to be eligible for home fee status and support by the Welsh Government under the Common Travel Area arrangement.

All International students are eligible to apply for the International Accommodation Award  The International Accommodation Award means the cost of your university-managed housing is included in your tuition fees. Depending on which accommodation you choose, this will either be totally free or discounted by £2,000. 

Please note if you are an EU student and started your course in 2020-21 or earlier, you will continue to pay the same fees as home students for the duration of your course and existing rules around financial support and home fees will still apply.

International Students

Type Amount (£)
Full-Time Arts / Social Sciences 14,300
Full-Time Science 16,300

Fee information for Distance Learning courses

Please note that fees are subject to an annual increase effective from 1st August.  The fees below are valid for students commencing their studies in September 2022 (academic year 2022-23). The figures for Year 2 and Year 3 below are therefore indicative and maybe subject to change.

Information Studies Undergraduate Courses:

Cost:

Registration Fee (one-off, non-refundable)

£360

Fee per 10 module credits (240 module credits / 24 x £350)

£350

Total

£8,760

Alternatively, if you are a 100% sponsored student

 

Registration Fee (one-off, non-refundable)

£360

Year 1 (80 module credits / 8 x £350)

£2,800

Year 2 (80 module credits / 8 x 10 module credits – current rate £350)

£2,800

Year 3 (80 module credits / 8 x 10 module credits – current rate £350)

£2,800

Total

£8,760

Tuition Fees for September 2023

Fee information for international students (including EU)

Please note Irish nationals will continue to be eligible for home fee status and support by the Welsh Government under the Common Travel Area arrangement.

All International students are eligible to apply for the International Accommodation AwardThe  means the cost of your university-managed housing is included in your tuition fees for your first year. Depending on which accommodation you choose, this will either be totally free or discounted by £2,000. 

International Students

Type Amount (£)
Full-Time Arts / Social Sciences 15,375
Full-Time Science 17,525

Fee information for Distance Learning courses

Please note that fees are subject to an annual increase effective from 1st August. The fees below are valid for students commencing their studies in September 2023 (academic year 2023-24). The figures for Year 2 and Year 3 below are therefore indicative and maybe subject to change.

Information Studies Undergraduate Courses:

Cost:

Registration Fee (one-off, non-refundable)

£360

Fee per 10 module credits (240 module credits / 24 x £360)

£360

Total

£9,000

Alternatively, if you are a 100% sponsored student

 

Registration Fee (one-off, non-refundable)

£360

Year 1 (80 module credits / 8 x £360)

£2,880

Year 2 (80 module credits / 8 x 10 module credits – current rate £360)

£2,880

Year 3 (80 module credits / 8 x 10 module credits – current rate £360)

£2,880

Total

£9,000