Channel Islands and Isle of Man
Fees and finance information if your normal home address is in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man.
If you normally live in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man you are likely to be assessed as liable to pay the Home-RUK (Rest of the UK) tuition fee. This is the same level of tuition fee as students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
How much will it cost?
The annual tuition fee for undergraduate students who live in a part of the UK outside Scotland is reviewed on a yearly basis. The fee for new entrants in 2018-19 was set at £9,250. Increases are subject to Government guidance and regulation and will normally reflect the impact of inflation.
Tuition fees must be paid directly to the University, in advance or at the start of the course.
What financial support is available?
For information on financial support with fees and living costs, please contact your island authority.
How your fees will be paid
If you have received a confirmed award, you should send a copy of your award letter to our Fees and Student Support team.
You should be aware, however, that the payment of all fees and charges is your responsibility. If you do not have your funding arrangement in place at matriculation, you may need to pay the tuition fees yourself.
If you are financing your own studies, or are partly self-funded, you must make arrangements to pay your tuition fees before or at registration.
This is your main cost during University. You are best to plan a budget to include accommodation, food, books, clothes, entertainment, travel and bills like electricity and gas.
We estimate that it will cost you £7,500 - £10,000 a year to live and study as an undergraduate at Edinburgh, but it could be more or less, depending on factors such as your choice of accommodation and your lifestyle.
You can find a breakdown of estimated living costs on our International Students website.
Some programmes also involve additional costs, for example studying abroad or compulsory field courses.
You should make sure that you are aware of these costs early on in your application process.
Check our degree finder for information on any additional costs for your chosen programme. You can speak to staff in our Admissions Offices for more details.
Our Student Recruitment and Admissions team will help with any enquiries you may have about studying at the University of Edinburgh.
Office hours are Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
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