Each year, Goldsmiths distributes a wide range of scholarships and bursaries, awarded for both merit-based and needs-based criteria. This helps students who may have financial challenges, and supports as many students as possible to subsidise the cost of their studies, ensuring they have the best opportunity to succeed.
There are a wide variety of awards, ranging from discounted tuition fees to travel bursaries, sponsorship opportunities to non-repayable grants and much more. New students are advised to visit the university’s scholarships and bursary page, and to check whether they are eligible for any of the schemes to support them financially while they study at Goldsmiths.
Applications are wholly completed online via the university’s website.
Tuition fees differ on a course-to-course basis, and prospective students are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the specific course details via the university website before submitting an application.
However, approximately speaking, fees for students for the 2021/22 academic year are as follows:
Course fees are currently set at £9,250 per year for UK and EU students.
Course fees are currently set at £16,700 per year for internationals students.
Course fees are currently set at £8,640 per year for UK and EU students.
Course fees are currently set at £18,900 per year for internationals students.
UK students can apply for a tuition fee loan that is repayable only when the student has reached a certain salary threshold. Otherwise students can speak to the university to discuss payment options if they wish to split the cost across the academic year.