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UK/EU Undergraduate Tuition Fees

Everything you need to know about undergraduate fees at Northumbria University for Home, UK and EU students. Navigate between the tabs to find out more about our fees for different academic years.

 

2019/20 Tuition Fees Information for UK & EU Applicants  

This information is for both full and part-time applicants applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 2019/20.

EU students starting a Northumbria University degree programme in 2019/20 academic year will be charged the same tuition fees as UK students for the duration of their studies at the University.

Please note that your tuition fees for subsequent years may rise in line with inflation (RPI)*.

Course Type  Annual Tuition Fees
Undergraduate full-time programmes £9,250
Undergraduate part-time programmes £500 (per 10 credits)
Foundation year £9,250
Placement Year £1,850
Study abroad year £1,385
Undergraduate Distance Learning programmes  Please see the individual course page for more information.

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London Campus

 

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Degree Apprenticeships

 

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Tuition Fees Information

Undergraduate fees are set by Government in line with forecast inflation. If you are studying on a full-time course the fee for your first year of study (2019/20) will be £9,250, the maximum chargeable fee.

You should expect to pay tuition fees for every year of study, and be aware that fees may increase every year based on the Retail Price Index*. 

Current Government policy advises any increase will not exceed the rise in inflation by reference to RPI*.

Student fee loans have risen in line with the fee cap.

Part-time courses vary according to their length. To obtain the most accurate tuition fee information for a specific course please refer to your University offer letter. Part-time fees can be paid in full at enrolment, or by six equal monthly instalments by Direct Debit where the fee is greater than £600. If a student is being sponsored by their employment, the university will require proof of sponsorship.

How Your Fees Are Paid

More information and an application form for Student Finance England can be found on the Student Finance England website. Eligible Home/UK and EU students are still able to apply for a Government Loan in the academic year 19/20, more details can be found on UK Government websiteUK & EU students can apply in 2019. After your application has been processed by Student Finance England, they will send you a Student Finance Entitlement letter with your customer reference number (CRN), which you should quote whenever you contact them. Student Finance England will pay your tuition fees direct to your university.

 If you are a self-financing student, please click here for more information about paying your fees.

Further Information:

  • Click here to find out more information about Funding and Scholarships for undergraduate courses.
  • Some of our courses incur additional costs which are not covered by your tuition fee. Find out more here.
  • Find information on your fee liability, should you exit your course early here.
  • If you are a current Northumbria student, and would like to review fees from previous years please visit MyNorthumbria.
  • If you have any further queries about funding, and you would like to speak to an adviser, drop-in to Student Central, Library Building, City Campus West. You can also contact us via email, or call 0191 227 4127.

*Retail Price Index - is a measure of the price of services and goods. RPI shows the change in the cost of living, and reflects the movement of the prices of a range of commonly used goods and services, such as housing and food.

Last updated:15/11/2018

2018 Fees Information for UK & EU Applicants  

This information is for both full and part-time applicants applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 2018/19, including applicants enrolling in January 2019.

EU students starting a Northumbria University degree programme in 2018/19 academic year will be charged the same tuition fees as UK students for the duration of their studies at the University.

Please note that your tuition fees for subsequent years may rise in line with inflation (RPI). Find undergraduate fees information for International students here.

Course Type  Annual Tuition Fees
Undergraduate full-time programmes £9,250
Undergraduate part-time programmes £500 (per 10 credits)
Foundation year £9,250
Placement year £1,850
Study abroad year £1,385
Undergraduate Distance Learning programmes  Please click here for information on distance learning fees.
Leadership & Management BA (Hons) part-time £4,200 (+£150 for CMI registration per year of study) (per 120 credits)

Leadership & Management BA (Hons) distance learning, part-time

£3,600 (per 120 credits)

Tuition Fees Explained

Undergraduate fees are set by Government in line with forecast inflation. If you are studying on a full-time course the fee for your first year of study (2018/19) will be £9,250, the maximum chargeable fee.

You should expect to pay tuition fees for every year of study, and be aware that fees may increase every year based on the Retail Price Index*. 

Current Government policy advises any increase will not exceed the rise in inflation by reference to RPI*.

Student fee loans have risen in line with the fee cap.

Part-time courses vary according to their length. To obtain the most accurate tuition fee information for a specific course please refer to your University offer letter. Part-time fees can be paid in full at enrolment, or by six equal monthly instalments by Direct Debit where the fee is greater than £600. If a student is being sponsored by their employment, the university will require proof of sponsorship.

Funding Your Student Experience

More information and an application form for Student Finance England can be found on the Student Finance England website. Eligible EU students are still able to apply for a Government Loan in the academic year 18/19, more details can be found on UK Government websiteUK & EU students can apply now and should return your application to Student Finance England as soon as possible to ensure your finance is in place for the start of the course. After your application has been processed by Student Finance England, they will send you a Student Finance Entitlement letter with your customer reference number (CRN), which you should quote whenever you contact them. Student Finance England will pay your tuition fees direct to your university.

Part-time students may also be eligible to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan. To qualify you must be studying a course intensity of at least 25% of the full-time equivalent per year, taking no more than four times the time it would take to complete the course if studied full-time (up to a maximum of 16 years). More information and an application form for Student Finance England can be found on the Student Finance England website.

To help you manage your finances, there is a range of support packages available in the form of scholarships and discounts. Find out more here. 

 Further information:

  • Some of our courses incur additional costs which are not covered by your tuition fee. Find out more here.
  • Find information on your fee liability, should you exit your course early here
  • Find information about undergraduate scholarships and funding for UK and EU students here
  • Find out about international fees for Undergraduate study here
  • If you are a current Northumbria student, and would like to review fees from previous years please visit MyNorthumbria.
  • If you have any further queries about funding, and you would like to speak to an adviser, drop-in to Student Central, Library Building, City Campus West. You can also contact us via email, or call 0191 227 4127.

*Retail Price Index - is a measure of the price of services and goods. RPI shows the change in the cost of living, and reflects the movement of the prices of a range of commonly used goods and services, such as housing and food.

Last updated:18/10/2017

 

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