Tuition fees reflect the cost of delivering the highest quality teaching and the resources we are widely commended for and which you would expect from a specialist institution.
The cost of your course will differ depending on whether you’re eligible to pay a ‘UK/EU’ or ‘International’ fee, so checking your fee status is important. If you are unsure of your fees status, the UKCISA website will help you in assessing whether you will be eligible to pay a ‘UK/EU’ fee (also called a ‘home’ fee). Or if you would like to ask us, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are assessed as a ‘UK/EU’ student then you will be able to obtain a tuition fee loan from the UK government which will mean that you won’t have to pay your fees up front – further details are provided below. You don’t have to take out a tuition fee loan though, so you can still choose to pay your fees up front. International students are not eligible for the UK government loan.
|UK/EU nationality||Undergraduate degree (full-time three and four year degree)||£9,250|
|UK/EU nationality||Postgraduate degree (full-time)||£7,000|
|UK/EU nationality||Postgraduate degree (part-time)||£4,500|
|UK/EU nationality||PG Cert in Learning and Teaching in HE (part-time)||£2,500|
|UK/EU nationality||Research degree (full-time)||£5,100|
|UK/EU nationality||Research degree (part-time)||£2,550|
|International (non-EU)||Undergraduate degree (full-time three and four year degree)||£13,700|
|International (non-EU)||Postgraduate degree (full-time)||£13,700|
|International (non-EU)||Research degree (full-time)||£15,000|
Fees will remain the same for each year of your course.
Find out more about 2018 fees for international students and the support available.
All NUA alumni are eligible for a £1,000 discount on NUA postgraduate degree fees. All NUA staff and staff from feeder institutions are eligible for a £500 discount on NUA postgraduate degree fees.
Tuition fee loans and loans for living costs are available as well as NUA bursaries, which take family income into account, and which you do not have to repay. Find how to apply for Statutory Support.
Tuition fee loans are available for UK and EU students.
Student Maintenance Loans are available for UK and eligible EU students and help with living costs such as accommodation, food, clothes, travel and course expenses. The amount students receive is dependent on household income.
For 2018, UK nationals and those who have been resident in England for three years may be eligible to apply for a government loan of up to £10,609 towards course fees or living costs. Part time and EU students may also be eligible. Find out more about Postgraduate loans.
The UK Government is introducing new loans of up to £25,000 to contribute to the cost of doctoral study in time for the 2018/2019 academic year. Further details will be announced ahead of the scheme’s launch in Spring 2018. Find out more about UK PhD Loans (PDF).
To learn more about loans, repayment calculations and other financial support go to www.gov.uk/postgraduate-loan. If you have any questions about fees please do not hesitate to email email@example.com.
Find out about scholarship programmes available to NUA applicants.
NUA offers bursaries to new and continuing students whose household income is £42,875 or less.
Download a guide to Learning, Teaching and Pastoral Support; Course and personal equipment; and Course Materials.
The best way to experience what NUA has to offer is to see for yourself at one of our open days for undergraduate or postgraduate courses.