Fees for postgraduate degrees in 2014-15, payable by new and continuing students.
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Postgraduate tuition fees 2014-15
Postgraduate research degrees
The tables below show full-time fees for research degrees in 2014-15.
These fees are payable by new and continuing students. Students studying
part-time at twice the standard duration (eg 72 months for a PhD) will pay
half of the relevant fee per annum.
Research degrees: Full-time fees per annum for PhD, MPhil, MAD and MSD awards
|See Note 1
|Art History & Theory; Computational Finance & Economic
Agents; Computer Science & Electronic Engineering; Economics; Essex
Business School; Government; Health & Human Sciences; History; Human
Rights; ISER; Languages & Linguistics; Law; Literature, Film, & Theatre
Studies; Mathematical Sciences; Philosophy; Psychoanalytic Studies*;
||See Note 1
* Year 1 fee is £7,500 for HEU and £13,500 for overseas for the doctoral programme in Refugee Care which includes a taught first year.
Completion fees for research degree students
|For all subject areas and all fee status categories|
|Completion (up to three terms)
||£250 per term
|Further Completion for students first registered prior to 2008-09
(up to three terms)
||£500 per term
|Exceptional extension to maximum period, following Completion
period, for students first registered from 2008-09
||£500 per term
|Doctorate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy - 3 years part-time
|Doctorate in Analytical Psychotherapy - 3 years part-time
Professional Doctorates - Health and Human Sciences
Year 1 and 2
Public health (health visiting)
Social care practice management
Health care education
Social care education
Health services management
Social services management
Pre-registration taught degrees
|Doctorate in Clinical Psychology - 3 years full-time
- Fees for Home/EU research degree students have not yet been published. As a guide, the fee in 2013-14 was £3,900.
Tuition fee notes and policies
Alongside the publication of tuition fees for taught courses and
research degrees on these pages, which may include specific notes
relating to those fees, we advise you to read our
tuition fee notes which explain how the University sets and manages
tuition fees throughout your period of study.
Our tuition fee policy documents give further information about our requirements for making tuition
fee payments and fee deposits. Our Tuition Fee Payment and Liability Policy sets out the University's regulations
regarding payment of fees and our Tuition Fee Deposit Policy offers guidance on who is required to pay fee deposits
and the rules for doing so.