Tuition fee rates
Our policy explains postgraduate taught yearly fee increases, what annual programme fees cover, when you have to pay, and your responsibilities.
Annual tuition fee increase
Tuition fees increase every year in the majority of cases.
If you intend to study over additional years, you should take this annual tuition fee increase into consideration when you estimate your fees for a degree.
From 2023-24 tuition fees for new entrants will be fixed for the duration of their programme. If you joined us from August 2023 onwards and you are studying for a degree or qualification that will take more than one year to complete, the fee charged will be fixed at the level charged on the year of entry.
What do annual programme fees cover?
Annual programme and course fees cover:
- one diet of examination
This includes membership of University unions, sports facilities, and other student facilities and amenities.
If you are a matriculated student who is not required to pay an annual programme or course fee, you should contact the Students’ Association about associate membership.
When are tuition fees charged?
Tuition fee rates apply for a full academic session beginning 1 August to 31 July in the following year and are:
- charged at the start of each year of study
- due in full at the start of Semester 1
- subject to annual revision
Whose responsibility is it to pay?
The payment of fees is your responsibility as a student. If you have a sponsor who fails to pay, you will be held personally liable for payment.