The easiest way to find the tuition fee for your chosen course is to use our online tuition fee look-up tool. Find your study level below and follow the link to the fee look-up tool.
We offer a range of scholarships to international students. You can find out more on our scholarship pages.
You can find out the tuition fee for your chosen course for 2019-2020 by using our undergraduate fee look-up tool to select your Department Name and Fee Status.
A guide to our tuition fees for 2019-2020 are listed in the table below. Please note that there are exceptions within some subject areas listed below and these are a guide only.
Arts, Law, Management, Social Sciences, Urban Studies & Planning, Japanese Studies, Chinese Studies, Korean Studies
£17,600 per year
|Architecture, Science, Engineering,||£22,600 per year|
|Archaeology, East Asian Studies, Geography, Journalism, Landscape, Maths, Music||£19,800 per year|
|Medicine||£33,500 per year|
|Dentistry||£35,880 per year|
You can find out the tuition fee for your chosen course for 2019-2020 by using our postgraduate taught fee look-up tool to select your Department Name and Fee Status.
You can find out more about tuition fees for postgraduate research programmes on our Postgraduate Research Tuition Fee pages.
Fixed fee guarantee
We offer a special fixed-fee guarantee for international (non-EU) students taking courses longer than one year. International students will pay the same fixed annual tuition fee for each year of their course. The tuition fee you pay in your first year will be the same for each year of your course. This means that you will know exactly how much you will pay each year before you start your studies. This will make it easier to plan and budget for your time in Sheffield.
Students are charged different fees depending on whether they are classed as home or overseas for fee purposes. The main criterion for home status is; ordinary residence within the UK for three years prior to the start of the course providing that residence is not for the main purpose of receiving full-time education and; that by 1 September of the year of entry the applicant is "settled" in the UK.
In most cases status for fee purposes will be clear, but if there is any doubt it is essential that you should refer to the Admissions Service for a ruling. In particular, commitments on the level of tuition fees to be charged should not be made without prior consultation with the Admissions Service.