Find out about fees for masters courses at the University of Sheffield.
Postgraduate taught course fees calculator
The fee for a course is listed on each postgraduate course listing page.
You can also search for a fee using our calculator. If you still can't find the fee for a course then get in touch with the department directly using the contact details at the bottom of each course listing page.
Assessing your fee status
The fee you pay will depend on whether you're classed as home or overseas student.
If your fee status is not clear from the information provided in your application, our Admissions Service will write to you to ask for more information. We'll do this after we have decided whether or not to offer you a place. Please note that a ruling on your fee status is independent from the academic decision to offer you a place.
If the information provided in your application clearly indicates a particular fee status, we will not write to you. However, even if we do not contact you before you arrive at the University, your fee status may still be in question, and you may be asked to provide further information during the registration process.
It is important to raise any queries relating to your fee status before you complete your registration at the University. Fee status is only changed part way through a course in a small minority of cases, and for a specific and limited list of reasons. If we have not written to you, and you wish to query your fee status, you should contact the Admissions Service by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a formal ruling.
When your status has been formally established, this will be reflected in your University record.
Students from the European Union
Nationals of the EU who are ordinarily resident in a country within the European Economic Area (EEA), and who are applying to study an undergraduate degree course or a Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE), may be eligible for a tuition fee loan.
The criteria to determine eligibility are very similar to those used by Student Finance England, although applicants must have spent the required period of residence within the EEA. Please contact the Admissions Service by email at email@example.com for more information.
The UK government has confirmed that EU students starting in September 2017 and September 2018 will continue to be eligible for student loans and grants for the duration of their course, even if the UK exits the European Union during that period.