UK/EU Postgraduate Taught
Postgraduate taught degree tuition fees vary between different courses, the fee for your course was included with your offer letter. When you accepted the offer of a place on a postgraduate taught degree you accepted responsibility for the payment of your tuition fees. This applies even if you are being sponsored and your sponsor fails to pay.
If you are studying for a postgraduate Certificate or Diploma, tuition fees will be charged on a pro rata basis, according to the number of credits you are studying for.
Part-time students are charged on a pro-rata basis, according to the number of credits you study in an academic year. Fees are reviewed annually and are likely to increase to take into account inflationary pressures. You will be notified of any changes to the tuition fee payable in advance of the academic year to which the fee applies.
Late Registration Fee
A late registration fee of £100 may be levied on:
- New students who have not registered with the University by the end of the first week of their programme
- Returning students who have not registered by the end of week one of Semester One
- Students who have missed the published deadline for registering for reassessment
Late Module Registration Fee
A late module registration fee of £100 may be levied on students who wish to change their module registration more than two weeks after the start of the relevant semester.
Fees for undertaking Reassessment
If you do not pass a module at the first attempt, you have the right to be reassessed in each module on one occasional only. You may choose to be reassessed with or without attendance. You will be charged a reassessment fee which is calculated on a per-credit basis.
If as a result of mitigating circumstances, you are permitted to be reassessed as a first attempt, you may also choose to take the assessment again with or without. In both these cases, you will not be charged a fee.