How much will my programme cost?
A full list of annual fees can be found on london.ac.uk.
As a guide, if you were to complete the Standard Route of a degree in the minimum amount of time (three years), and without resits, you should expect to pay approximately £6,025.
If you were to complete the Graduate Entry Route of a degree in the minimum amount of time (two years), and without resits, you should expect to pay approximately £3,876.
If you complete a Graduate Diploma in the minimum amount of time (one year), and without resits, you should expect to pay approximately £2,463.
For details of fees for the EMFSS Online Taught Programmes, please see the University of London website.
In addition to the fees payable to the University, you should also budget for the cost of:
- purchasing textbooks
- the cost of any course or tuition you choose to undertake at a teaching institution
- the fee levied by your local examination centre to cover their costs
- The application handling fee is valid until the application closing date, 1 October 2019.
- The registration fee is valid until the registration closing date, 30 November 2019.
- The continuing registration fee is valid and payable between 1 March 2016 and 1 November 2019.
- The examination fees apply to students entering the 2020 examinations and are payable between 30 November 2019 and the examination entry deadline date, 1 February 2019.
Please note: fees are subject to annual review. The University reserves the right to amend previously announced fees, if necessary.
All fees must be paid in pounds sterling and can be paid online via the Student Portal using a credit/ debit card (Visa, MasterCard), by Western Union Quick Pay, banker’s draft/cheque or international money/postal order, made payable to ‘The University of London’.
Undergraduate UK students may be able to apply for a part-time tuition fee loan to cover the cost of your registration and examination entry fees.
For full details on eligibility criteria please visit the GOV.UK website. Alternatively some employers in both the public and private sector may be willing to consider offering financial assistance to their employees.
The University of London Programmes welcomes applications from disabled students and/or those who have specific access requirements.
If you are disabled and/or have specific access requirements, we will make every reasonable effort to meet your needs. This may include making special
arrangements for examinations such as a separate room or special aids. If you would like to tell us about your disability and/or request special arrangements please complete the relevant section of the application form, or contact the Inclusive Practice Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who are members or ex-members the UK Armed Forces should note that the University of London has been approved by the Ministry of Defence in support of the Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) Scheme (ELC Provider Reference Number 1284). The Scheme provides financial support to eligible Service personnel who wish to enhance their educational or vocational achievements. The ELC Administration Service website can be found the ELC Administration Service website can be found here.