Tuition Fees

The tuition fee for 2017/18 will be confirmed in December 2016.

The tuition fee for the 2016/17 academic year is laid out below. The full fee for 2016/17 is £28,400. 

UK and EU students receive a subsidy from the British Government and pay a reduced fee. To qualify for the home or EU rate of tuition fees you will need to meet certain strict conditions related to your nationality, visa status and residency.  

To find out more about how fee status is assessed, visit the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA)

EU Students

EU students applying to English universities in autumn 2017 will benefit from the current system of postgraduate loans and pay the same fees as UK students, for the duration of their programme.

MA Fees

240 credit programme, full-time over 2 years

New Students – £28,400

Home and EU  (subsidised)
New Students – £9,500

Channel Islands and Isle of Man (subsidised)
New Students – £14,200

MRes Fees


180-credit programme, full-time over 1 year 

New Students – £35,800

Home and EU (subsidised)
New Students – £12,350

MRes Healthcare & Design

180-credit programme, part-time over 2 years

New Students –  £14,850 per year

Home and EU (subsidised)
New Students – £5,950 per year

MPhil and PhD Fees

New Students – £28,400

Home and EU (subsidised) 
New Students – £9,500

Channel Islands and Isle of Man (subsidised)
New Students – £14,200

Post Experience Programme

Full time fee – £28,400

Supplementary Fees

The MA/MSc Global Innovation Design is subject to a supplementary fee of £2,000 per annum in addition to the standard postgraduate Master's fees (see above) because of the higher costs involved in delivering a programme in three countries.

Progression Discount

Full-time Home, EU and International students who have completed a Master’s degree at the College will be eligible for a £1,000 discount on tuition fees for up to three years of study, when starting a Research degree within five years of graduation.

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Student making adjustments to a project
Student at Work, 2015
Photographer: Richard Haughton