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Important message to EU students

Following the result of the UK's EU Referendum, the Minister for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson, confirmed on Monday 27 June 2016 that students from EU countries who are currently at UK universities, and those starting this autumn, will receive student loan support for the duration of their studies.

We can confirm that for EU students starting their studies with us in 2016, your course fees will remain the same as those for home students following the same course for the normal duration of your programme. You can also read a message from our President and Principal, Professor Simon Gaskell regarding this.

While the UK remains within the European Union there will be no change to the fee status of EU students. It is the intention, therefore, of QMUL to hold fees for EU students at the same rates as for home students in 2017, and we expect that for EU students commencing studies in 2017 your course fees will remain the same as those for home students following the same course for the normal duration of your programme. This is subject to confirmation from the UK Government following the outcome of any negotiations regarding the UK’s proposed exit from the European Union.

We hope this provides assurance to you of QMUL's commitment to our EU students. If you have any further questions please contact EUStudents@qmul.ac.uk where help will be on hand. We look forward to seeing you as you start your studies in September 2016.

Undergraduate degree programmes

  • £9,000 if you are a new student starting your course in 2016-17.
  • £9,000 if you a continuing student and started your course in 2012-13 or thereafter.
  • £3,465 if you are a continuing student and started your course before 2012-13.

Students from the Channel Islands and Isle of Mann are charged the Home/EU rate of £9,000 for all programmes except for the clinical years of the MBBS and BDS programmes, when a higher rate is of £19,000 is charged. For more information, refer to the full schedule of undergraduate tuition fees:

Tuition fees for undergraduate courses 2016-17 [PDF 482 KB] Updated document UPDATED 26/07/16

MBBS students who transfer to Queen Mary for one year in order to enrol on an intercalated degree programme stay on the same fee rate as for their MBBS.

Tuition fees for Home/EU undergraduate students are regulated by the Government. The amount has not increased since the Government introduced the new higher fee rate in 2012-13 but may be subject to change after 2016-17.

Foundation programmes

£9,000 if you are a new student enrolling on Year 0 of an integrated four- or five-year degree programme in Science and Engineering.

£14,800 if you are a new student enrolling on the one-year International Foundation Programme in Humanities and Social Sciences, or Science and Engineering.

Certificate programmes

£900 if you are enrolling on the part-time Foundation Certificate in Oral Health Education.

DipHE programmes

The fees for the DipHE in Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy are paid by the NHS.

Pre-Masters programmes

£13,250 if you are a new student enrolling on the one-year pre-Masters Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences and Humanities, or Economics and Finance.

Additional fees

Some courses include compulsory field trips, for which a separate fee is charged in addition to your tuition fees. These extra costs cannot be covered by a tuition fee grant or loan from the Student Loans Company. For more information on these extra costs, please contact the relevant department/school.

Student loans

Tuition fees may seem daunting, but remember that you do not have to pay anything up front if you take out a student loan through the Student Loans Company. A range of Government maintenance loans and grants is also available. 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 earnings through the tax system. Further details can be found at www.gov.uk/studentfinance. We also have a set of FAQs if you are considering studying at Queen Mary.

Bursaries and scholarships for Home/EU students

We have put into place a significant package of bursaries and scholarships to ensure access for all.

Tuition fee regulations

The Tuition Fee Regulations set out our payment and refund policies.

These regulations are updated every year - you can access a list of archived and present Tuition Fee Regulations documents.

Fees enquiries

If you have any questions regarding tuition fees, please feel free to contact the Fees Office:

In person:
Room W117, Queens' Building, Mile End Campus

By post:
Finance Department, Room W117, Queens' Building, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7882 7676
Fax: +44 (0)20 7882 3024
email: fees@qmul.ac.uk

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