Costs

The LSE and the University of London are committed to widening participation in Higher Education and therefore strive to keep the cost of studying University of London International programmes at a reasonable level.

There are no tuition fees, unless you choose to enrol at an institution that provides tuition for the programme, and you can study and work at the same time whilst remaining in your home.

For undergraduate programmes, you will be required to pay:

  • Application handling fee (non-refundable, paid only once)
  • Initial registration fee (paid only once)
  • Continuing registration fee (paid in your second year and each subsequent year of study)
  • Examination fee (paid per course)
  • For your own textbooks

You don't have to pay all fees in advance; your initial registration fee is payable at the point of registration, examination fees are due by 1st February in the year that you wish to sit examinations, and the Continuing registration fee is due as you start each subsequent year of study.

Once we've received your registration form and payment, your study materials are despatched, enabling you to begin studying straight away.

A full list of fees based on programme and route can be found on the University of London International Programmes website.

The International Foundation Programme is slightly different, in that it is designed to be completed in one year and you are therefore required to pay the equivalent of the first year’s fees in full when you start the programme. There is however, flexibility for you to extend your study period if required, but additional fees will be payable. The outline of these fees can be found on the University of London website|.

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