Below is a table showing the minimum fees for students starting in 2014 by broad subject areas. These are only a guide. You should contact the department of your chosen subject (which you can search for in our coursefinder) for the actual fees, as some courses have higher or lower fees than the minimum fee. You will get details of your specific fees with your offer letter.
|International Foundation Year
|School or faculty
|Arts / Humanities / Social sciences / Law / Education / Mathematics
|Business (single honours)*
|Studio-based Arts and combined laboratory and classroom-based courses
|Science/ Engineering (inc Medicine and Psychology)
* Except BSc Accounting and Finance, which is £15,400.
** Geography/Geology/Environmental Science/Meteorology related - BA
courses in the Faculty of Environment are classed as combined with
£14,800 fees; BSc courses are classed as science-based with fees of
Fees quoted are based on full-time study and apply for each year of the course.
The MBChB Medicine and BChD Dentistry fees for international students for 2014/15 are as follows:
|Undergraduate Clinical Medicine (Years 1-2)
|Undergraduate Clinical Medicine (Years 3 to 5)
|Undergraduate Clinical Dentistry (Year 1)
|Undergraduate Clinical Dentistry (Years 2 to 5)||£30,700**
**Later years' fees are for guidance only as they are reset every
year. The fees above are for those starting in Year 2 or 3 in 2014/15.
For part-time fees, contact the individual school or department.
The academic fee covers tuition and exam costs as well as membership of the students' union. The fees are higher than for home/EU students because they are not subsidised by the UK government, but you can get financial help from international scholarships
Fees for new students are likely to rise each year by an inflationary amount.
Some science subjects require an extra fee to cover lab costs.
If you are an international undergraduate or international
postgraduate research student you will pay the same fixed fee for each
year of your programme allowing you to plan your finances for the
duration of your studies, with the exception of Medicine and Dentistry
(see above). Find out when and how to pay
If you are supported by your government, employer, or other sponsor, you should provide a letter from them addressed to the University, confirming that the fees will be paid directly. Sponsors cannot pay by installments. Further details for sponsored students