Before you can register as a student at the University you need to provide us with information on how your tuition fees will be paid. The links on the right provide you with information on how eligible students should apply for sponsorship/funding and how self-funding students can pay their own tuition fees to the University. It is important that you carefully consider how you intend to ensure that your fees will be paid and take the necessary action so that you will be able to register as a student at the University and quickly gain access to its facilities.
Tuition Fees for Academic Year 2013-14
The tuition fees for the academic year 2013-14 for all programmes of study, including non-standard fees and fees payable by international students, can be downloaded below:
If you do not have a ‘relevant connection’ with the UK or EU you will be charged the higher, overseas fee for your studies at the University of Glasgow. In order to establish a ‘relevant connection’, certain elements are required, as follows:
- You must have been ordinarily resident in the UK throughout the three-year period preceding 1 September, 1 January or 1 April closest to the beginning of the first semester of your programme
- You must not have been resident, during any part of that three-year period, wholly or mainly for the purpose of receiving full-time education
- Any overseas applicant who satisfies the ‘ordinarily resident’ criteria in (a) and (b) must also have settled status in the United Kingdom, ie, there must be no restriction on the length of stay in the UK.
If you are not certain about your status please complete our Fee Status Enquiry Form