What are the fees for undergraduate courses?

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International students from EU countries pay the same fees as UK based, or 'home' students. For a full time undergraduate university course these are currently around £3,000 a year. However, they are set to increase to up £9,000 a year if your course starts in 2012 onwards.   

Non-EU students currently have to pay significantly higher fees than home/EU students. The costs vary depending on the course and institution, but for a full time undergraduate course non-EU students can pay anything from £10,000 to £15,000 a year on fees. Part time courses are cheaper- £2,500-6,000 per year-, but take longer to complete- usually at least 6 years.

To help with the cost of the fees, there are a number of scholarships available to international students studying in the UK. Have a look at our guides where you can find university scholarships and college scholarships.