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Fees Schedule

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Note:
The Fees Schedule is published under the provisions of the General Regulation on Fees.  

1 Full Programme Students

(as defined by General Regulations)

Download fees listings for Full Programme Students - full-time and part-time, including presessional courses, research completion status, research continuation status, and deferred or referred examinable element.

Listings for 2014-15 Fees

Postgraduate Listing  PG-Tuition-Fees-2014-15

Undergraduate Listing  UG-Tuition-Fees-2014-15 

Listings for 2013-14 Fees

Postgraduate Listing PG-Tuition-Fees-2013-14

Undergraduate Listing UG-Tuition-Fees-2013-14 

 

2 Occasional Students       

(as defined by General Regulations)

Graduate students studying for credit
(except for Skillset Build your own MA - see below)

If attending for less than one year the fee will normally be:

Autumn term: 45% of the appropriate fee (whether Home/EU or international: see Full Programme fees listings downloadable above)
Spring term: 45% of the appropriate fee
Spring and Summer terms: 66% of the appropriate fee. 

Where a student takes a mixture of courses from higher and lower-cost subjects the fee calculation will take this into account.

Study abroad students (undergraduate)
(except ERASMUS programme students - who pay no fee - see below)

International-rate fee for the relevant subject area or an appropriate proportion (irrespective of the student's country of origin): please see the fees page for undergraduate study abroad

Skillset Build your own MA

As advertised for the individual course/module on the ICCE website

Short courses (all levels)

See Short Courses section of the website 

Other arrangements

Fees agreed individually with students or groups of students not falling into any of the above categories.

 

3  Guest Students

(as defined by General Regulations)

Fees agreed individually in relation to what is being provided for students or groups of students.

 

4  Students who pay no direct fee

Occasional Students with no direct fees

ERASMUS Students

Any short course students on corporate programmes where the funding body purchases educational facilities en bloc, so that there are no individual fees.

Guest Students with no direct fees

Open book students (where non-credit bearing)    

ESRC Doctoral training Students [previously "Associate Research Students"]: no fee (funded from funding arrangements for the Centre)

As above, any short course students on corporate programmes where the funding body purchases educational facilities en bloc, so that there are no individual fees.