The course fees paid by matriculated students* are for the provision of tuition, supervision, academic services and facilities by the University (including your department or faculty) and the colleges, but do not include residential or other living costs.
Up to and including the academic year 2018/19, separate figures have been published on the university website for university fees and for college fees: the total payable is the sum of these two figures. From the academic year 2019/20, course fees for matriculated students are published as a single figure. This change is intended to ensure that the total level of fees payable is in all cases completely clear. Home/EU PGCE students can access a tuition fee loan from the UK government to cover their course fee in full.
The course fees you pay include your fees for both University and college services and are divided between the University (including your department or faculty) and your college on a formula basis. More details are available from the Student Fees Team on request.
For graduate courses, course fees are payable each year for the duration of your fee liability.
Fees will usually increase annually. For details, please see our guidance on likely increases to fees and charges.
*For an explanation of the term ‘matriculated students’, see our Matriculation page.
Where can I find details of Course fees for each course?
Our individual course pages provide details of the course fees for all courses, including whether the amount shown is a fee for the entire course, an annual fee or a modular fee. Alternatively, you can use the Fees, funding and scholarship search to look for fees for your course as well as information about potential funding options that may be available to you.