Tuition fees

You may be aware that the maximum fee we are permitted to charge for Home (UK/EU) students is set by the UK government. The fee cap is currently £9,000 and is proposed to change to £9,250. We will set fees for 2017-18 within the government fee cap.

The fees to be charged by the University will be updated on the University website and if there is any inconsistency between a print publication (such as the prospectus) and the website, the website should be taken as correct.

2017 tuition fees 

International students – tuition fees

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Funding and financial help

Loans, bursaries and scholarships

Student funding calculator

Loans for 2017 entry

Cash support: Sheffield Bursary Scheme

Bursaries, loans and financial assistance

Scholarships - UK and EU students

Scholarships - international students

Managing your money

Money tools: organise your finances

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NHS funding

Some health care courses, such as Medicine and Dentistry, are partly funded by the NHS. Check your course on our online prospectus.

NHS Business Services Authority student bursaries

LibraryTuition fees facts: what you need to know

You'll find lots of information about tuition fees on these pages. Before you dive in and read the detail, remember these key facts:

  • Our fees for the academic year 2016-17 are £9,000
  • The University will set fees for 2017-18 within the government fee cap for undergraduate tuition fees. Reference to a fee of £9,000 shown in the print version of the 2017-18 prospectus is out of date.
  • Our fees information will be updated on the University website.
  • You don't have to pay anything upfront and you don't start repaying your loan until you're earning over £21,000 per year
  • Loans are available to cover tuition fees and living costs
  • It's the best investment you'll ever make
  • In some circumstances you might pay a reduced fee (for example if you do a medicine foundation year or spend a year abroad). See exceptions for 2017 entry.