Fees, funding and costs
There are a range of costs associated with financing your studies at the University of Edinburgh, including fees and accommodation.
Tuition fee rates for international students are available on the Scholarships and Student Funding website. Fees are listed by course and level (undergraduate, postgraduate or study abroad students).
Scholarships and funding
There are a number of scholarships and funding opportunities available to international students to study at the University of Edinburgh.
Full details of the eligibility criteria and the online application procedures for these scholarships are available from Scholarships and Student Funding Services.
Most new international and EU students are guaranteed to be offered a room in University accommodation.
Please be aware that there are deadlines for accommodation applications. Find out more about University accommodation applications on the New Students website.
Find out more about the type of accommodation offered at the University on the Accommodation website.
Budgeting for living costs is an important part of planning for university life. The cost of living can vary greatly depending on your lifestyle, budget and spending habits.
You can find out more about the living costs of Edinburgh in the New Student’s section of the website.
If you plan to make any regular payments through direct debit (tuition fees, rent or household bills), or are receiving any support loans, it is recommended that you open a bank account in the UK. You should spend time before your studies working out what type of bank account will work best for you.
If you would like to know more about banking in Edinburgh, please visit the New Students website.
Working during or after studies
The Student Immigration Service provide advice to international students on working during or after study in the UK.
You can find more information on the Student Immigration Service website.