Undergraduate tuition fees
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 2022–2023 academic session. To find the fee for your course, please choose your Department from the boxes below.
European Union students (not including Ireland) will no longer be able to claim UK Government funding or the lower EU (Home) fee rates for programmes starting from 1st August 2021. European Union students will therefore be required to meet the Non-Home fee rate. Continuing students, who commence prior to 1st August 2021, will retain their fees and funding for the duration of the programme.
For more information please see www.gov.uk/government/news/student-support-in-england.
The fees for Home and Ireland undergraduate students are controlled by the UK Government according to the funding model under which the student started their course of study. These fees may increase annually by an amount linked to inflation and approved by Parliament under the Student Fees (Inflation Index) Regulations 2006 (currently the measure is the RPIX); fees for subsequent years of study may be higher than the fees listed here. Imperial College London will charge all undergraduate programmes at the Higher Amount in 2022-23.
The fees for continuing Overseas students usually increase annually by the RPI value for the April of the calendar year in which the session commences; however due to the steep inflationary increase in April 2022 (11.1%) Imperial College have undertaken to use the average RPI increase from the previous 12 months (May 2021 to April 2022) of 6.5% for Academic Year 2022/23. Fees for subsequent years of study may be higher than the fee listed here. Overseas fees are rounded to the nearest £500.00 and capped at the New Entrant Fee Rate.
If you have any questions about your fees, please contact a member of the Student Fees team using the contact links on the left hand side of the page.