Undergraduate tuition fees 2020

Due to start your undergraduate studies in 2020? Here's everything you need to know about your fees and costs.

What you need to know

  • Tuition fees for home/EU students haven't been confirmed yet for new entrants starting their course in 2020. The standard undergraduate fee for 2019 entry is £9,250.
  • The UK government has confirmed that EU students starting their course in 2020 will continue to pay the home rate of fee.
  • The latest fee information is available on the University website.
  • Loans are available from the government to cover tuition fees and living costs.
  • You don't have to pay anything upfront and you don't start repaying your loan until you're earning over the repayment threshold.
  • In some circumstances you might pay a reduced fee (for example if you spend a year abroad).

Loans, grants and funding

You may be able to get a loan from the government to cover the full cost of your tuition fees for each year of your course. You can also apply for a maintenance loan to contribute to your living costs:

Government loans for 2020 entry


Home or overseas fee status

In common with other UK universities, the University of Sheffield charges different tuition fees depending on whether students are classed as Home or Overseas for fee purposes.

Overseas fees

If you are an overseas student or are unsure whether you are classed as one, you will need to find out about your fee status.

Fee status


Exceptions to our standard fee

If you choose to study abroad, spend a year in employment or a year in industry your fee may be reduced.

Check how much your fee will be – use this 2019 information as a guide:


Living costs

You'll also need to consider the costs associated with studying at university and plan your budgets accordingly.

There are other sources of funding available to help you cover your living costs:

Government loans for 2020 entry

Scholarships

Bursaries

Additional funding