Postgraduate Taught degrees
The tuition fees for postgraduate taught courses can be found in the individual course information table.
Financial support available to you
A Postgraduate Loan available from the Government can help with course fees and living costs while you study a postgraduate master’s course.
Funding for postgraduate loans is different if you normally live in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. Moving somewhere to study doesn’t count as normally living there.
You have to repay your Postgraduate Loan at the same time as any other student loan you have. You’ll be charged interest from the day you get the first payment.
You may also be able to get extra support if you have a disability.
If you apply for a Postgraduate Loan, unfortunately, you won’t be eligible for an Adult Dependants’ Grant, a Childcare Grant or Parents’ Learning Allowance.
Postgraduate Research degrees
Fees for postgraduate research students can be found on our Graduate School website Graduate School funding opportunities.
From the start of the 2018/19 academic year, the government will be introducing loans for PhD students. The maximum funding available is £25,000 and will be paid in yearly instalments. Please use the following link to find out more and how to apply for PhD Loans.
Find out more about your financial obligations as a postgraduate student by reading the University's fees policy.
Not sure of your fee?
If you are a new student and you are unsure of the fee for your course, please refer to your offer letter or contact the Admissions Office.
If you are a returning student you can find out your fees via the Financial Statement on your RISIS Portal.
If you still have a query about your fee contact your Support Centre.