Fees for undergraduate degrees
in 2013-14, payable by new students.
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Undergraduate tuition fees 2013-14
The table below shows fees for undergraduate degrees in 2013-14. These fees
are payable by new students.
Fees for undergraduate degrees (new students in 2013-14)
||Home, EU Channel Islands and Isle of Man students
Laboratory based courses in Biological Sciences, Psychology and
All other full time undergraduate degree courses
|International Diploma in Business
|International Foundation Programme
Year 0 of International Academy 4 year undergraduate courses
(all subsequent years will be charged at the standard fee for home/EU, Channel
Islands or overseas students)
1 Relates to specific Health and Human Sciences courses, which are
available to Home students only.
UK (Home) students may also be eligible for a range of
scholarships and bursaries.
NHS funded courses
Eligible students accepted onto the BSc Nursing Programme will usually have
their tuition fees paid in full and may receive financial support in the form of
Industrial and clinical placements and courses involving a year abroad
Students taking a course that involves a year abroad or an industrial or
clinical placement will pay zero fee for that year.
International Academy 4/3 year accelerated route
Overseas students who are allowed to follow the accelerated fast track route
on the 4/3 year International Academy undergraduate courses will be required to
pay an additional fee in addition to the fee already paid for the first year
(year 0) of £2,700.
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.