Our staff have worked hard to earn our international reputation as a London university with high quality teaching, campus and facilities as well as strong networking opportunities for students in the real work environment.
We occupy a single site campus providing 4,600 students with accommodation, sports playing fields and gym, alongside teaching, educational, research and recreational facilities.
As well as this, students enjoy all the cultural and social activities that London has to offer.
We attract around 20% to 25% of our students from countries across the world. To attract these high quality, impressive students we ensure our fees are competitive with other international institutions that offer comparable high quality courses. The majority of tuition fees are set in three bands – currently £13,500, £14,750 and £16,500 – with the annual fees being reviewed each year and published on our website.
For residents of countries in the UK and the EU, the British government offers student loans to undergraduate students and contributes to the scholarships and bursaries awarded to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. In exchange, the undergraduate tuition fees are limited to £9,000 per year for all UK and EU citizens. The British government also provides grant funding for high cost subjects and for research.
All our students benefit from research informed teaching, but our research activities are even more closely related to teaching at postgraduate level. In recognition of this, we charge graduate students from the EU at a lower rate than international students, with the annual fees for the three international bands currently £13,500, £14,750 and £16,500 - these fees are also reviewed each year and published on the website.