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Postgraduate Tuition Fees 2020-21

Please check individual course pages for 2020-21 taught postgraduate tuition fees:

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Scottish Campus Tuition Fees 2019-20

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Download details of our full-time, part-time tuition fees for Bachelor, Masters, Research, and English Language pre-sessional courses for sessions 2019-20 for students wishing to study at one of our Scottish campuses.

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Scottish Campus Tuition Fees 2018-19

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Download details of our full-time, part-time tuition fees for Bachelor, Masters, Research, and English Language pre-sessional courses for session 2018-19 for students wishing to study at one of our Scottish campuses.

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Tuition Fee Payment Plans

In some cases, students who are self-financing, i.e. paying their own tuition, can do this through a payment plan, rather than paying in one lump sum.

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Scottish Campus Tuition Fees 2017-18

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Download details of our full-time, part-time tuition fees for Bachelor, Masters, Research, and English Language pre-sessional courses for sessions 2017-18 for students wishing to study at one of our Scottish campuses.

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Additional costs

Tuition Fees will cover the cost of teaching on your chosen course.

Depending on your chosen course, you may need to pay additional costs for things such as field trips, specialist equipment, books, uniforms, membership fees, placement expenses etc.

Our degree finder includes information on any additional costs for each course of study and you should make sure that you are aware of these before you apply for your chosen course.

In addition to Tuition Fees and any additional costs associated with your chosen course, you will also need to consider your cost of living during your studies. You can find out more about any financial support available for living costs by visiting our Money, Fees and Funding webpages, and selecting the type of student you will be. You can also find information on budgeting and planning ahead for University on our Money & Debt Advice webpages.

Some students may be eligible for additional financial support to help them meet their costs of living and study. You can find out more by visiting our Other Financial Support webpages.

 

Last updated: 14/12/2018

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