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Going to university is a real investment in your future. Below is our guide to what studying an undergraduate course with us costs and the funding and financial support that's available to help pay for it. Paying for university can seem complicated, but we have lots of experience advising on money matters, so if you need any help making sense of anything, get in touch with us.
£11,100 per year
For specific course fees, please see our individual course pages
Partner institutions set their own fees for full-time students studying for a Foundation Degree or HND. For specific course fees, please contact the college you intend to study with directly or contact our Enquiries team.
You'll have the option to top-up to a full bachelor's degree with just one year's further study. Students coming to Staffordshire University to top-up will be charged the standard annual fee applicable to their chosen course.
Fees for our part-time undergraduate courses are charged pro-rata to the full-time fee. When studied part time, the duration of the course and the amount of fees you’ll pay each year depends on the speed at which you wish to progress through it. This is called the ‘intensity of study’. For example, if a full-time student was expected to study 120 credits per year and a part-time student was expected to study 30 credits per year then the ‘course intensity’ would be 25%
Most courses are designed so that part-time students are expected to study at least 25% of the course that full-time students would study each year, meaning you’ll be able to apply for a loan to cover your fees.
Undergraduate tuition fees are agreed subject to UK government policy and parliamentary regulation. If the UK government passes appropriate legislation, the fee for subsequent years of study may increase in each academic year, but this increase will not exceed the rate of inflation as measured by RPIX (RPI excluding mortgage interest payments). The University will notify you of any increase in fees as early as possible and before you progress to the next year of your course.
If entering in the 2020/21 academic year, the UK government has confirmed that EU students will continue to benefit from home fee status. You’ll also have guaranteed access to student finance for the duration of your course. This guarantee still applies if the UK leaves the European Union prior to completion of your degree. If you’re a prospective EU student for 2020/21, we advise that you regularly check the website below:
Please check UKCISA for the latest updates or contact our Enquiries team.
For further information on fees and scholarships, please see our international fees section.
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