European Union students
The tuition fee you pay will vary depending on your fee status and your programme.
Tuition fees are detailed on individual programme pages:
From 2021/22, most new entrant EU students will have to pay the same fees as all other international students.
What financial support is available?
The University, government agencies, research councils, charitable trusts and external bodies offer a number of scholarships, studentships and loans to help you undertake a taught postgraduate qualification. You can find up-to-date information on what's available through our Scholarship Database.
Our Graduate Schools
Our Graduate School web pages also have a wealth of useful scholarship and financial information.
Establishing relevant connection with the UK
EU students that meet our criteria for EU Fee Status will have an International tuition fee applied and may require to obtain a student visa to study in the UK. Fee Status, tuition fees and immigration requirements will be advised in your offer letter.
Irish nationals who are living in the Common Travel Area of the UK, EU nationals with settled or pre-settled status, and Internationals with Indefinite Leave to remain status can also qualify for home fee status. Please refer to Fee Status Policy.
Paying tuition fees
It is important that you 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.
Find out how to pay your tuition fees:
Are your fees correct?
It is your responsibility to ensure your financial account on MyCampus is correct.
Contact the Accounts Receivable team immediately if the fees do not reflect what you expect: