How much will my tuition fees be?
Our full-time undergraduate Home/EU course fees are currently £9,250 per year for students who started their course on or after the 2017/18 academic year.
You can apply for a government tuition fee loan to cover the cost of your fees. For more information on student loans, visit your Student Finance awarding authority webpages.
You don’t have to repay the loan until you have left education and are earning over £25,000 a year. The size of your repayments are tied to the amount of money you are earning. This means that if your salary goes down, repayments go down. If it falls below £25,000, repayments stop altogether.
If you haven’t repaid your loan after 30 years, any outstanding amount is written off (subject to government regulations). Find out more about what you pay, and when.
Find out more about your financial obligations as an undergraduate student by reading the University's fees policies:
Tuition fee policy for UG course entry in 17/18
Tuition fee policy for UG course entry in 16/17
Tuition fee policy for UG course entry in 15/16
Tuition fee policy for UG course entry in 14/15
Year Abroad fees
The University of Reading offers an expanding range of Study Abroad opportunities across the world. Popular destinations include Europe (via Erasmus+ programme), USA, Canada and Australia.
You will receive comprehensive support to guide you throughout the whole process and there is additional funding available to help meet some of the costs. Find out more about study abroad fees.
Placement/sandwich year fees
Some programmes include an optional or required placement year. Find out more about Placements at Reading. A discounted fee of 15% of the normal tuition fee (either at Home/EU or at International level) is payable to the University of Reading. The discounted fee only applies to situations where the full year is spent on placement. Where only a part of the year is spent on placement the full tuition fee is payable to the University of Reading as normal.
If you still have a query about your fee contact your Student Support Centre.