(i) Full-time (FT)
Full-time Undergraduate degree - £3,070 (new 1st year entrants & 2nd year students) *
Full-time Foundation degree - £2,050 (new 1st year entrants & 2nd year students)
Full time Foundation year (Level Zero) - £2,050 (new 1st year entrants & 2nd year students)
Direct Entry Students
Students already in a UK HEI transferring to Year 2 or Year 3 - £1,225
Students from Mainland EU (outside of UK) not already on UK HEI course - £3,070
Year out on Placement - £600
(ii) Part-time (PT)
20 credit modular framework:
£511.66 per 20 credit module; Part-time degree and HNC
£255.83 per 10 credit module; Part-time degree and HNC
£341.66 per 20 credit module; Part-time Foundation degree
£170.83 per 10 credit module; Part-time Foundation degree
Note 1: Charge per single credit is £25.58 per credit or £17.08 per credit
Note 2: Charge for credits is only available to part-time students. Full-time students pay the full-time fee as indicated in (a)(i), (b), and (c).
Note 3: If a full-time student is retaking a module by 'attendance' then the fees are at a per module credit rate. Effectively the student is taking a ‘year out' as a full-time student and is technically a part-time student.
Note 4: These fees for part-time students apply to modules/courses run by the School of Lifelong Learning.
(iii) Remission of Fees
There will be no remission of fees for 2007/08. However part-time students who can demonstrate that they are in receipt of certain UK government benefits as determined by the University may be able to pay a reduced fee.
Part time degree and HNC:
- £250 per 20 credit module
- £125 per 10 credit module
Part time Foundation degree:
- £180 per 20 credit module
- £90 per 10 credit module
Full time Home/EU students - uplift from £1,200 to £1,225 (to be confirmed)
Part time Home/EU students:
|10 credit module
|15 credit module
|20 credit module
|30 credit (double) module
|45 credit (triple) module
|60 credit (quadruple) module
|Sandwich Year - year out on placement
NOTE 1: Charge per single credit is £12.25 per credit
NOTE 2: No fee reduction if students on UK benefits
NOTE 3: Continuing part-time students will be charged fees at these rates, uplifted by inflation each year, until the end of the academic year 2008/09. From the start of the 2009/2010 academic year part-time fees will be pro-rata of top-up fees (as in (a) (ii) above).