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Tuition fees at Queen Mary University of London

Please see page 13 of the tuition fees document.

The fees below are for 2017/18 and for students on full year Erasmus+ study placements or Erasmus+ traineeships only.

Course typeHome/EUOverseas
Full year study placementGBP 1,38550% of programme fee
Full year traineeshipGBP 1,38550% of programme fee

Students going abroad for one semester only have to pay full fees to Queen Mary University of London.

National grants and loans

All students' entitlements to national grants or loans for study at QMUL must be maintained during their Erasmus+ period abroad. Entitlement must not be discontinued, interrupted, or reduced while students are studying in a participating country and receiving an Erasmus+ mobility grant.

International students who receive grants or loans should continue to do so if they undertake an Erasmus+ period abroad.

Please visit Tuition and fees

Student Finance England provides detailed information about 'Funding for study abroad'

Tuition fees at partner institution

Applies to Erasmus+ study placements only

No university fees (for tuition, registration, examinations, access to laboratory and library facilities, etc.) are to be paid at the partner university. However, small fees may be charged for costs such as insurance, student unions and the use of miscellaneous material such as the photocopying of academic material, use of laboratory products on the same basis as these are charged to local students.

Cost of living when abroad

The cost of living varies considerably across Europe, not only from country to country but also from one city to another. In many countries, living costs are lower than in the UK, while some may be more expensive than home (e.g. Copenhagen, Denmark). During your stay abroad you will need to pay for accommodation, and general living costs.

The QS website gives a rough guide of the cost of living as a student across Europe. 

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