Queen Mary will be charging £9,000 per year for Home and EU students starting an undergraduate course in 2013. We have put into place a significant package of bursaries and scholarships to ensure access for all. A range of Government loans and grants is also available.
Higher fees may seem daunting, but remember that you do not have to pay anything up front and the arrangements for repaying your Tuition Fee and Maintenance loans have been designed to make higher education as affordable as possible. You will not have to start repaying your loans until the April after you graduate and are earning at least £21,000 a year. Income-related repayments will be deducted automatically from your pay through the tax system.
Like all universities, Queen Mary charges two different rates of tuition fees known as 'home' and 'overseas' (international students). To help you understand how your tuition fee status is assessed please take a look at the following explanation: www.welfare.qmul.ac.uk/money/feestatus
When you apply to study at Queen Mary, the Admissions office will use information that you provide with your application to make an assessment of your fee status. If we require more information to inform our decision, we will ask you to provide this. You should be notified of your fee status before you begin your studies here. Please note that some courses may only have one tuition fee which covers students classified under the home and overseas rate.
For overseas fees see: International students tuition fees
Some courses include compulsory field trips. This amount is not included in your tuition fee. You will be asked to pay for these trips separately. These extra costs cannot be covered by The Student Loan Company, either by Tuition Fee Grant or Loan. For more information on these extra costs please contact the relevant department/school.
To make an enquiry regarding tuition fees:
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