Your fee status will be dependent on whether you are applying through one of our reciprocal student exchange programmes, through a European Union (EU) partner as a fee-paying student, independently or through a study abroad provider.
Student from the EU/EEA/Switzerland
If you join us through an Erasmus+ partner institution, you will not pay tuition fees to study with us and will continue to pay the tuition fees of your home institution.
EU fee-paying visiting students
If we do not have an Erasmus+ agreement with your home university, we can still welcome you as a 'pay-per-module' visiting student.
In 2016/17 the fees for EU nationals were around £305 per undergraduate module. You will study three modules per trimester.
One module (20 credits) is equal to 10 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).
Students from outside of the EU
If you join us through an exchange partner institution or International Student Exchange Programme (ISEP), you will continue to pay the tuition fees of your home institution. If you apply via ISEP direct, any additional costs are outlined on the ISEP website.
Study abroad provider or partner instituion
If you join us through a study abroad provider or partner institution, all fees will be paid directly to the provider/partner institution so please contact them directly for information on all associated fees for your programme.
Independent study abroad applicant
We welcome all independent applicants. Please contact our Global Mobility team for more information on the fee options available to you.