There are different tuition fees for our undergraduate courses. What you pay depends on whether you come from the UK, the EU or the rest of the world.
These rates apply to new and current students from the UK or the EU.
If you are from the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, you are charged a higher rate for the clinical years of the MBBS and BDS programmes.
If you are an MBBS student who transfers to Queen Mary for one year as part of an intercalated degree programme, you pay the same fee rate as for the rest of your MBBS.
EU students enrolling at UK universities in 2019 will still pay the Home tuition fees rate. If you have any further questions, please contact the International office.
Fees for international students vary depending on the course. You will find details of fees for international students on each course page in our course finder.
If you start your course on or after 1 August 2018 the 2019-20 tuition fee will be £9,250. This will no longer be paid by the NHS. See more information on the new funding arrangements for this course.
If you are a continuing home or EU student, who started your course before 1 August 2018, your fees will continue to be paid by the NHS.
The annual fee is £27,100.
A few courses include compulsory field trips, which have a separate fee in addition to your tuition fees. These fees cannot be covered by a tuition fee grant or loan from the Student Loans Company. For more information, please contact the relevant department or school (contact details can be found on each course page).
Like all other UK universities, Queen Mary is bound by legislation and Government regulations on fees.
Queen Mary's tuition fee regulations are outlined in this document: University Fee Regulations 2020-21 [PDF 755KB].
These regulations are updated every year, you can access a list of archived and present University Fee Regulations documents.