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Matriculated non-award fees

Matriculation is a ceremony to confer membership of the University (which is for life and so only happens once), usually at the start of your first course of study.

If you are studying as a non-matriculated visiting or recognised student different fee rates apply.

The rates listed are for one academic year; as a matriculated non-award student you should expect to pay one third of this fee for each term you are in attendance. If you are studying in multiple subject areas with differing fee rates you should contact your college to confirm at which rate you will be expected to pay.

For further information on whether you will be expected to pay fees at the Home/EU or Overseas rate, visit the fee status page.

The University fees below do not include college fees, accommodation, or other course and maintenance fees. Check with your college for further information about any college fees which you may be liable for as these may differ from the published college fee rates which apply to matriculated students enrolled on award bearing courses.

Please note that once you have matriculated you cannot become a non-matriculated visiting student. All fees are given in pounds sterling (£).

Matriculated non-award visiting student fee rates

2018/19

Subject area

18/19 Home fee

18/19 Overseas fee

Anthropology

£9,250

£16,230

Archaeology

£9,250

£16,230

Biochemistry

£9,250

£23,885

Chemistry

£9,250

£23,885

Classical Languages and Literature

£9,250

£16,230

Clinical Medicine

£9,250

£32,885

Computing

£9,250

£23,885

Development Studies

£9,250

£18,620

Earth Sciences

£9,250

£23,885

Economics

£9,250

£18,620

Educational Studies

£9,250

£17,275

Engineering Science

£9,250

£23,885

English Language and Literature

£9,250

£16,230

Environmental Change and Management

£9,250

£16,230

Experimental Psychology

£9,250

£18,620

Fine Art

£9,250

£18,620

General Linguistics and Comparative Philology

£9,250

£16,230

Geography

£9,250

£16,230

History

£9,250

£16,230

History of Art

£9,250

£16,230

History of Science

£9,250

£16,230

Human Anatomy and Genetics

£9,250

£18,620

International Relations

£9,250

£16,230

Law

£9,250

£16,230

Management Studies

£9,250

£18,620

Materials Science

£9,250

£23,885

Mathematics

£9,250

£17,275

Modern Languages

£9,250

£16,230

Music

£9,250

£18,620

Oriental Studies

£9,250

£16,230

Pathology

£9,250

£18,620

Pharmacology

£9,250

£18,620

Philosophy

£9,250

£16,230

Physics

£9,250

£23,885

Physiology

£9,250

£18,620

Plant Sciences

£9,250

£23,885

Politics

£9,250

£16,230

Social Policy and Social Work

£9,250

£18,620

Socio-Legal Studies

£9,250

£16,230

Sociology

£9,250

£18,620

Statistics

£9,250

£17,275

Theology

£9,250

£16,230

Zoology

£9,250

£23,885