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Aberystwyth University of Wales
King Street, SY23 2AX Aberystwyth
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Tuition Fees

Home / EU Students

In line with most UK universities the general tuition fee in 2007/8 will be £3,070.

Overseas students

Your tuition fees must be paid, in full, prior to your registration for the academic session. Fees for 2006/2007 are as follows:

  • Arts, Social Studies and Law courses £8,285
  • Science based courses £10,510
  • Arts/Science Joint Honours £9,400

Students who are unsure of the status of their courses should write to the Admissions Office (UG) for classification.

When the academic terms of the offer have been achieved and a satisfactory financial assurance received, the University will provide an official letter of acceptance which you may use to obtain a student Visa/appropriate foreign exchange.

The Students Union has a very small emergency grant fund for overseas parents.

Flexible payment methods

The University accepts a variety of payment methods, and will be flexible in its approach to collecting tuition fees payments from those required to do so. Please refer to the Student Financial Handbook for information relating to payment methods. Any student who has outstanding fees shall not be awarded a degree, diploma, certificate or qualification from the University until the debt is chared. Such students shall be prevented from re-enrolling at the institution and from using any of the University's facilities.

Additional Fees/Costs

A number of the University's degree schemes offer opportunities for students to undertake special study activities. The cost of involvement in such courses is not covered within the University course fees. These activities include fieldwork trips in biological and rural sciences, geography & earth sciences, art and theatre, film and television studies.

Students of other subjects may also incur additional costs for trips organised to places of specific interest for their studies and for the purchase of materials. Details of any additional study courses, and the likely cost, are included on the University's website.


Postgraduate Tuition Fees and Maintenance Costs

How Much Will it Cost?

1. Full time and Part time Courses

The 2007-2008 fees will be confirmed by May 2007.

Tuition fee levels will be updated on as soon as they are confirmed.

The University of Wales, Aberystwyth tuition fees for the 2006-2007 academic year were (all figures are in pounds sterling):

Student Type ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCE SCIENCE* Classroom / Laboratory Based MBA Masters in Management courses (School of Management & Business) Masters with Department of International Politics Dip Legal Practice (LPC)
United Kingdom







European Union



3168 / 3168
1584 / 1584




Non EU



8100 / 10275
4050 / 5138





* Classroom based science subjects are MPhils and PhDs in Human Geography and Pure Mathematics, plus PhDs, MPhils, MSc in Environmental Impact Assessment and MSc Managing the Environment. All other postgraduate study schemes in the Faculty of Science are considered laboratory based programmes.

A reduced fee of £7900 is available to UWA graduates on the Legal Practice Course.

Different fees exist for UK Islands residents (Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, etc). These students do not pay the same level of fees as other UK students. The relevant fees list is available at the Universities UK website (

Points to Note:

  1. Annual tuition fees will rise roughly with inflation in following academic years.
  2. Students starting part way through an academic year will only pay pro rata for that academic year.
  3. In line with the practice of other agricultural science departments in the UK, it may be necessary to charge supplementary fees up to a maximum of £3,000 for each year of study for research in the Institute of Rural Studies involving large animals, some of which can be inherently very costly. Whether a supplementary charge is levied and the extent of that charge will depend on the nature of the research being undertaken. Applicants will be advised of any such charges at the earliest stage in the offer process.
  4. In line with the practice of other Biological Sciences Departments in the UK, it may be necessary to charge supplementary fees up to a maximum of £3,000 p.a. for research involving significant amounts of consumable reagents, which may inherently be very costly. The actual charge will depend on the nature of the research being undertaken. You will be advised of the actual charge at the earliest possible stage in the offer process.
  5. Tuition Fees status is determined by residency, not citizenship or nationality. Applicants must be ordinarily resident in the UK or any other part of the EU for a period of at least 3 years for a purpose other than to receive full-time education and must not be subject to any type of immigration control to have grounds to claim the UK/Other EU rate for tuition fees.

Living Expenses

The University of Wales, Aberystwyth estimates that students will require the following amounts for each twelve months of study to cover accommodation, maintenance and personal spending:

Please note that this does not cover travel from your country of origin to Aberystwyth.

UK and Other European Union Students: £6,400
All Other Students: £6,800

2. Distance Learning Courses

The following fees apply to distance learning courses which commence between 1 September 2006 and 1 August 2007. Fees for entry after 1 August 2007 have not yet been set.

BScEcon in Information and Library Studies: £4,365
MScEcon in Health Information Management: £5,145
MScEcon Information and Library Studies: £5,145
MScEcon Archive Administration: £5,145
MScEcon Records Management: £5,145
LLM Environmental Law and Management: £6,825
(by annual payment) or £7,500 (payment per module)

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