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Course fees for international students

How much will it cost to study at MMU?

It’s not just your course fees you have to think about when working out the cost of your studies. You must also take into account the cost of accommodation, food and general living expenses, too.

Our international fees are competitive and the cost of living in our region is considerably lower than in London and many other world cities. And at MMU, you’ll be part of one of Europe’s largest student communities, with many shops, restaurants and services, including travel and sports and leisure services, offering special student discounts - which all helps to keep costs down.

Undergraduate students can rest assured that their tuition fees remain the same for each year of their degree, providing there is no break in study, which is a key point when comparing study costs with other universities.

For further information about our fees, please contact a member of the Student Billings Team at tuitionfeeenq@mmu.ac.uk. You can also visit cost of living and accommodation for more details.

The table below gives you information about 2013 course fees for international students who do not qualify for UK or European Union (EU) status.

The fees quoted here are for guidance only, and are subject to change.  Students should refer to their individual offer letters, issued by the University, for specific course fees.

Use a currency converter to convert UK pounds (GBP) into your currency, but note that this is an external website and MMU will make its own conversions at the time you enrol, which may be higher or lower than the figures provided on this website.

2014 Course fees for students who do not qualify for UK or European Union (EU) status

 

Undergraduate

Foundation, BA, BSc

Postgraduate

MA, MSc

Research

PhD

Architecture

£18,000

£12,500

 

Art & Design

£11,000

£12,500

£12,500

Foundation BTEC Art & Design

£6,900

 

 

Business

£10,250

£10,250 or £12,500

£10,250

ACCA Stage 3

 

£3,065

 

Business IT

£11,000

 

£12,500

MA Human Resource Management

 

£13,500

 

Combined Honours

£10,250 or £11,000

 

 

Education

£10,250 or £11,000

£10,250 or £12,500

£10,250

Fashion

£11,000

£12,500

£12,500

Foundation Year

£10,250 or £11,000

 

 

Health, Psychology & Social Care*

*with the exception of Speech Pathology programmes listed below

BSC (Hons) Speech Pathology & Therapy Fee: £12, 500

BSC (Hons) Psychology & Speech Pathology: £12, 500

£10,250 or £11,000

£10,250 or £12,500

£12,500

Hospitality

£11,000

£10,250 or £12,500

£12,500

Humanities

£10,250

£10,250 or £12,500

£10,250

Information Management

£11,000

£12,500

£12,500

Law

£10,250

£10,250 to £13,250

£10,250

Physiotherapy

£12,500

£12,500 or £15,540

 

Science & Engineering

£11,000

£12,500

£12,500

NB: bench fees may also apply

Tourism

£11,000

£10,250 or £12,500

£12,500

The above fees are for guidance only and are subject to change. Students should refer to their offer letters issued by the University for specific course fees.

Home/overseas status

You can be eligible for lower ‘home’ fees and for student support from a local education authority in the UK if you satisfy three basic conditions:

  • you must have been ordinarily resident in the UK for the three years immediately prior to the start of your course
  • for any part of those three years, you must not have been resident in the UK for the purpose of full-time education
  • you must be settled in the UK at a specified date prior to the start of your course. Being settled means if you are ordinarily resident in the UK and there are no restrictions on how long you are allowed to stay here.

If you fail to fulfil any one of the three conditions, there are exceptions.  Please refer to the UKCISA tuition fees document for more information.

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