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EU/International Students

May 2023

Programme              Tuition Fee (per year)         
Postgraduate                                                         £13,450
MBA £13,750

 

September 2023

Programme Tuition Fee (per year)
International Foundation Programme   £9,750
Bachelor's degree including Foundation Year £9,750 Year 1 - / £13,450 Years 2 - 4
Undergraduate £13,450
Postgraduate  £14,250
MBA £14,500
MSc Nursing £14,250 (x2 years)
MSc Wildlife Conservation £17,250
MSc Marine and Coastal Resource Management £17,250
MA Art Therapy  £17,000 full course fee
MA Social Work  £17,000 full course fee
MSc Psychiatry £20,000 full course fee 
MRes/MPhil/PhD (Classroom) TBC
MRes/MPhil/PhD (Laboratory)  TBC

 

Additional Information For EU/International Students

  • All UG programme fees for 2023 are set at £13,450 per year. This fee is frozen for the duration of the degree programme.
  • All UG and PGT students are eligible for an International Scholarship Award, which is applicable to each year of study.
  • For Jan/Feb/May 2023 only - UG and PGT students who pay all fees for the year either on or before enrolment will be entitled to a further reduction of £250. This Full Fee Payment Award is applicable for each year of the study. Please note that you will only be eligible for the Full Fee Payment Award if you or a member of your family, or other private sponsor will be paying your fees. No bursary can be awarded if you are funded by your employer or by the government body. Please note that in order to be eligible for the full £250 award, you need to come on a course of a minimum 12 months. MBA Credit Exemption, PG Cert or PG Dip students will be entitled to a proportion of the award, depending on the number of modules taken.
  • The fee rate for research degrees is determined by the nature of the research project. For example, the classroom rate would be applicable to most literature-based projects in the arts, humanities, mathematics and social sciences; the laboratory rate would be applicable to most practical-based projects in the arts, sciences, and social sciences. In addition, employer or government-sponsored students are not eligible for scholarships or other tuition fees reductions. For further fees guidance, prospective students can visit Fees and Funding or contact Postgraduate Research Admissions at pgradmissions@chester.ac.uk.
  • Please note that the above tuition fees may be subject to a small change at the University’s discretion. However, they are not expected to deviate significantly from the values quoted.
  • The University of Chester participates in the William D Ford Direct Loan Program. For additional information please visit our USA country page.