Visiting & non-graduating Postgraduate tuition fees
Tuition fee information for visiting and non-graduating postgraduate students.
Visiting students are students who are studying or conducting research at the University for a short period of time, i.e. for less than or up to one year. Visiting students will usually be registered on a degree programme at another higher education institution. Credit gained and/or research conducted at Edinburgh will transfer back to the home institution and may count towards the student’s final qualification. They will not graduate from the University of Edinburgh.
All visiting students who attend the University for more than two weeks must be registered on the University’s student record system.
Visiting Taught Postgraduate students
If you are admitted for one semester, you will be charged 33% of the relevant degree programme annual fee.
Visiting Research students
If you are admitted to the University for less than or up to twelve weeks, you will not be charged a tuition fee.
If you are admitted for more than twelve weeks and up to and including twelve months, you will be charged a flat fee rate which will be £730 in session 2019-2020 (£690 in session 2018-2019).
Non-graduating students are individuals not registered on a degree programme here or elsewhere who are taking one or more taught courses or undertaking supervised research at the University of Edinburgh.
All non-graduating students who attend the University for more than two weeks must be recorded on the University’s student record system.
Non-graduating students admitted on a part-time intermittent basis will be charged tuition fees proportionally to the appropriate full-time fee, calculated on the basis of the number of credits undertaken.
Non-graduating students undertaking supervised research admitted for more than twelve weeks and up to and including twelve months, will be charged a flat fee rate which will be £730 in session 2019-2020 (£690 in session 2018-2019).