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Fees and Scholarships

Tuition fees for EU students

EU students starting at the University of Suffolk in 2017/18 will be charged £9,000 per year for a full-time Bachelor degree, or £8,000 per year for a full-time Foundation degree. Part-time students will be charged £8,490 (pro-rata) per year for Bachelor degrees and £7,980 (pro-rata) per year for Foundation degrees.

Fees for a full-time HNC are £6,000 per year. Part-time HNC fees are £720 per 15 credit module, and £960 per 20 credit module.

More information about Postgraduate finance is available here. 

 

Tuition fees for International students

February 2017

  • Undergraduate/Postgraduate Classroom-based: £10,080
  • Undergraduate/Postgraduate Laboratory/Studio/IT-based: £11,520**
  • Master of Business Administration: £11,000 (optional residential consultancy project in Boston, USA additional £2000)

September 2017/February 2018

  • Undergraduate/Postgraduate Classroom-based: £10,080
  • Undergraduate/Postgraduate Laboratory/Studio/IT-based: £11,580**
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA): £14,470 (including residential consultancy project in Boston, USA)

Find out if you are an overseas fee payer.

 

 

Scholarships for EU students

The University of Suffolk is offering scholarships of £1500 to undergraduate students who are nationals of Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece and Romania in 2017/18. Please follow the links below for further information and for eligibility criteria:

For further information about fees and funding for EU students please contact the International Office.

Scholarships for International students

The University of Suffolk is offering scholarships of £1000 to undergraduate and postgraduate students who are nationals of Africa, Indonesia and Thailand in 2017/18. Please follow the links below for further information and for eligibility criteria:

Early Payment Scholarships

The University of Suffolk offers an early payment scholarship of £500 to all full-time undergraduate and postgraduate international students who pay their yearly tuition fee in full by 26 February 2017 (for February intake) and 30 September 2017 (for September intake). An application form for the Early Payment Scholarship will be included when you are issued a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) by the University of Suffolk. 

Chevening Scholarships

Chevening Scholarships are the UK Governments global scholarships programme. They support students from over 110 different countries to study in the UK, mostly on one year Masters programmes. Scholarships are offered to students with the potential to become future leaders, decision-makers and opinion formers.

Infomation about applying and entry criteria for these scholarships can be found on the Foreign and Commonwealth Office webpages.

Commonwealth Scholarships

The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) in the UK offers awards annually, mostly for students from developing countries to study in the UK. Awards are funded by the UK Government in conjunction with UK Universities.

Scholarships are offered for postgraduate study at University of Suffolk, with some undergraduate opportunities also available. Applications must be made through your countrys nominating agency and not directly to the University or CSC. To find out if you are eligible you should visit the CSC website.

 

*According to the Complete University Guide

**Please note that any international students accepted on a course that requires a practice placement with an NHS-commissioned service, for example Nursing, Midwifery or Radiography, will pay an additional £3,000 fee per each year of study (this excludes all British Islands students except the Falkland Islands).

***Deposits will be reimbursed in full, less a £100 administration fee, if evidence of a visa rejection is received and verified from the relevant UK visa office. Refunds will not be given if the reason for the visa rejection is due to the failure to follow UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) guidance or submission of fraudulent documents. Due to money laundering regulations, refunds can only be made to the account from which the payment was made originally.