Please note that fees are charged by year of entry to the College and not year of study. The fees listed within this section are for students in the 2023-24 academic session. To find the fee for your programme, please choose your study level from the boxes below.
European Union students that commenced their studies on or after 1 August 2021 (excluding those from Ireland) are not eligible to claim UK Government funding for tuition fees and will be charged at the higher (non-Home) rate of fee. Students from the European Union that commenced their studies prior to 1 August 2021 will remain eligible for UK Government funding for tuition fees and will therefore continue to be charged at the Home rate of fee. For more information, please see www.gov.uk/government/news/student-support-in-england.
The Home fees for some postgraduate research master’s and postgraduate research programmes are set at the United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) rate, this is clearly noted on the relevant fee tables; these fees will increase annually by an amount linked to inflation (currently, the measure is the GDP deflator), this includes students returning from an interruption of studies. Fees for subsequent years of study may be higher than the fees listed here. [The fees shown here are provisional based on the expected value of the UKRI fee and are shown for illustrative purposes only, the actual fee to be charged will be confirmed once UKRI announce the indicative fee] [UKRI have confirmed their indicative fee for 2023-24 will be £4,712.00]. For more information on UKRI fees, please see the UKRI website.
The fees for all postgraduate students other than those students paying the UKRI fee will increase annually by the average percentage change in the CPI from the April of the preceding year to the March of the calendar year in which the session commences unless otherwise indicated, this includes students returning from an interruption of studies. Due to the exceptional inflationary pressure currently being faced by the United Kingdom, the College has reduced the maximum inflationary increase for 2023-24 from 10.0% to 8.0% rounded to the nearest £50.00. Continuing student fees are also capped at the new-entrant fee for that session and so may increase by less than the maximum amount.
All students are bound by the College’s Tuition Fee Policy which is available here. If you have any questions regarding tuition fees, please search our FAQs on the College Knowledge Bank (ServiceNow, College log on required), if you still have questions after this, you can raise a ticket with us via ServiceNow or via the contact links at the top of this page if you do not have a College IT account.