Fees for future years of study
We explain who sets our tuition fees, when they get published and where you can find them.
We only publish tuition fees for the current academic year and for one year in advance.
Who sets fees?
Some tuition fees are set for us by the Scottish Government and by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). Others are set by our Student Recruitment and Fee Strategy Group. Fees are also set in collaboration with other institutions when we share a degree programme.
When are fees released?
Tuition fees are normally released to the University at the start of each calendar year. However, some fees can take longer to be confirmed.
This includes fees that are set for us by:
- the Scottish Government
- UK Research and Innovation
Fees for new degree programmes are released and published throughout the year, whenever each programme is ready.
When and where are fees published?
Tuition fees are generally published in the first quarter of each calendar year.
You can find them on our degree finder pages and on this website.
If you have further questions about fees for future years of study, please get in touch with us.