The Fees, funding and scholarship search is intended as a guide to the amount you will be liable to pay and any support you may receive based on the information you enter. All figures in the search tool are in pounds sterling (£).
The University makes every effort to provide a fees, funding and scholarship search facility that is helpful and reliable for prospective and current students. However, the University cannot guarantee that the search facility will deliver a comprehensive list of available scholarships, and you are encouraged to undertake your own research into the range of potential scholarships and other funding for which you may be eligible. The University will not be liable for any errors or omissions in the fees, funding and scholarship search.
The fees displayed are annual rates for full-time study unless otherwise specified. You should expect and budget for fees increasing on an annual basis. Fees for the forthcoming academic year are published in September of the current academic year.
EU students should refer to our dedicated webpage for details of the implications of the UK’s plans to leave the European Union.
Fee status classification
- The University follows government regulations on fee status classification. This classification depends on certain nationality and residence conditions.
- Island rates are only payable by new students from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man and applying to study Medicine or Graduate Entry Medicine (for which higher rates apply to the clinical years of both courses). For all other programmes, Islands students are charged at the Home/EU rate.
When searching for fees for up to and including the 2018/19 academic year, separate figures are displayed for university tuition fees and for college fees: the total payable is the sum of these two figures. When searching for fees for the academic year 2019/20 these are displayed as a single course fee figure.
|BMBCH||For Overseas students the six year version of this course charges three years of fees at the pre-clinical rate and three years at the clinical rate. The graduate-entry version charges one year at the pre-clinical rate and three years at the clinical rate. For Islands students fees are aligned with the Home/EU rate for pre-clinical years but are significantly higher for the clinical years.|
|Courses with a year abroad||Undergraduate courses with a compulsory year abroad are marked with * in the course name. These courses charge a reduced fee during the year abroad.|
|Part-time courses||Courses offered on a part-time basis are indicated in the course title. Fees shown are the part-time annual course fee.|
|OUDCE courses||For a number of Department for Continuing Education (OUDCE) courses, the University tuition fee also includes some accommodation: this will be indicated on the Course Information Sheets|
|Modular courses||A small number of graduate taught courses are taught and charged on a modular basis. Fees for these courses are not included in the fees, funding and scholarship search. Information is available on the University's modular course fee page.|
|Length of fee paying period|
For undergraduate courses, fees are payable for every year a student is on course. Refer to information on fees during periods of suspension.
For graduate courses, information on the length of time fees are payable for is available on the fee liability page.
College fees (up to and including the 2018/19 academic year)
Further information on college fees can be found on the College Fees page.