As an undergraduate student, you will have two main types of expenses at university – tuition fees and your living costs. The Government's funding system of grants and loans means that you can choose not to pay anything until after you have finished your degree.
The cost of yearly tuition fees can be found on the relevant course pages (listed fees apply for each year of the course, subject to an annual increase). If you are planning to take a standalone module within the 2017/18 cycle, the fee can be found in this table.
Fees are reviewed annually and are governed by the Student Financial Policy.
For fee purposes, students are classified as either Home/EU or Overseas. Details of the criteria used for establishing fee status can be found on the UK Council for International Student Affairs website. If you are unsure whether you are classified as Home/EU or Overseas, please contact the Admissions Office on +44 (0) 1895 265265.
Fees are due at the time of Registration and there is no entitlement to any reduction or refund if a student withdraws during the year. We may exceptionally allow reductions to self-supporting students. Please note that once you enrol, you become liable for fees, even if you subsequently withdraw. Please see the Student Financial Policy for full details.
Fee discounts and deposits
Overseas students are required to pay a deposit of £3,000 which may only be refundable on the grounds of non-issuance of a visa.
All students who are responsible for paying their own course fees in full, and who pay the full amount of fees due at or before their scheduled date of registration, may receive a prompt payment discount of 2% on the net course fee.
Details of discounts for Brunel University graduates are given in the Student Financial Policy.