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Fees and funding

The University provides information for prospective home and EU undergraduates including details on tuition fees, student loans and available sources of financial assistance throughout your studies.

Information and guidance on finance 

Tuition fees for your course

Tuition fees for placement year For overseas students the Arts & Humanities fee is the relevant fee.

If you fail or don't complete your assessments and you want to retake them. Reassessment fees may be applicable.

Reassessment fees

The University provides bursaries and first year fee waivers for UK undergraduate students subject to eligibility.

University bursaries

International students

Fee and funding information is also available for international students who may find the University of Sheffield pages on funding your studies helpful.

Fees and scholarships for international students

Additional costs

There are no mandatory costs that economics students can expect to incur during their course.

The only costs that a student may incur, but is optional, are text books.

Students can buy text books in a number of different ways. However, the University Library is well resourced with economics texts where you loan text books free of charge. The University Library meets the demands of the majority of students.

The University Library