Home Tuition Fees for 2017–18
The UK government has confirmed that universities that have achieved a rating of Meets Expectations under the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) in 2016–17 will be allowed to increase their maximum tuition fee for Home students who started their course on or after 1 September 2012 by forecast inflation (RPIX, the Retail Prices Index excluding mortgage interest payments) of 2.8% to a maximum of £9,250.
This inflationary index will also apply to fees for years in industry or research. Students should expect tuition fees to increase in subsequent years subject to government regulations on maximum fees.
The fees for continuing students who started their course before 1 September 2012 will remain at £3,465 in 2017–18.
The College will therefore charge Home students who started their course on or after 1 September 2012 £9,250 in the 2017–18 session irrespective of the year of study for which they are registered. Fees for students who started their course before 1 September 2012 will remain at the 2016–17 rates.
The UK Government has confirmed that EU students commencing or continuing their studies in the 2017-18 Academic Year will continue to pay the Home rate of tuition fees for the duration of their course.
Fees are set to remain at £9,250 for 2018-19.