Tuition fees

Repeating a year

If you need to repeat a full year or repeat courses, our policy explains the fees you will need to pay.

Repeating a full year of study

If you repeat a full year of study, you will be charged the applicable full-time fee.

Repeating courses on a part-time basis

If you repeat courses on a part-time basis, you will be charged according to the number of credits taken proportionally to the applicable full-time fee.

Repeating on an exam only basis

If you repeat on an exam only basis, you will not be charged a tuition fee but are liable for an examination fee.

Courses that amount to more than 80 credits and you are studying on a part time basis

If you take courses that amount to more than 80 credits, you will be charged the applicable full-time fee.

If you take 80 credits or less you will be charged according to the number of credits taken proportionally to the applicable full-time fee.

Programme Changes - Current EU Nationals

If you are currently on programme, and are changing course from session 2021-22 onwards, your fee status will be re-assessed using the new Scottish Government Regulations (The Education (Fees and Student Support) (EU Exit) (Scotland) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (legislation.gov.uk)). 

If you were awarded EU tuition fees prior to session 2021-22, you will need to provide evidence of your pre-settled or settled status granted through the EU Settlement Scheme in order to retain this fee level. 

If you have been awarded SAAS funding, please see their webpages for further information Student Awards Agency Scotland - SAAS - Funding Your Future

If you have not been granted pre-settled or settled status through the EU Settlement Scheme, your fee status is likely to be re-assessed as EU/International. 

 

Funding

Funding for repeat year students