Tuition fees and loans
The University will review tuition fees each year. The current expectation is that we will increase fees for each year of study in line with inflation as specified by parliament. Eligible UK and EU students can apply for a tuition fee loan from the UK government.
The fees to be charged by the University are 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.
Use these 2017 figures as a guide to help you plan your finances. We'll publish the 2018 figures as soon as we can.
How much can I borrow?
It is the University's assumption that EU undergraduate students admitted in 2017–18 will pay the same fees throughout their course as UK students. The UK government has confirmed that EU students starting in September 2018 will continue to be eligible for student loans and grants - and will be for the duration of their course - even if the UK exits the European Union during that period.
Who am I borrowing from?
How is it paid?
Do I have to reapply each year?
How do I pay it back?
When do I pay it back?
Can I pay my loan off early?
When do I apply?
How do I apply?
Do my fees go up for each year of my course?
Can I pay my fees upfront?
Exceptions to our standard fee
Use these 2017 figures as a guide. We'll publish the 2018 figures as soon as we can.
If you spend a year abroad as part of your course, the reduced fee for that year will be £1,385.
Courses with a work placement
If you choose to add a work placement year to your course, the fee for that additional year is £1,100.
The exception to this are courses in Chemistry or Molecular Biology and Biotechnology with a Year in Industry, this fee is £1,800.
Dental Hygiene and Therapy and the clinical years of Medicine and Dentistry are funded by the NHS Bursaries Scheme. The government hasn't confirmed the arrangements for 2017/18 yet.