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The university and its network of industry partners and philanthropic donors offer a range of scholarships and bursaries each year through the Harper Adams University Development Trust. These financial awards ensure that all students have the resources needed to complete their studies in confidence, regardless of economic background. Awards can be redeemable as a discount on tuition fees, monetary grants or access to course-related equipment and resources.
Prospective students can visit the website for full details about eligibility and any key dates and deadlines.
Postgraduate Certificate course fees range from £3,060 - £4,320 per year for UK students and £5,580 - £6,660 per year for international students.
Postgraduate Diploma course fees range from £6,120 - £9,960 per year for UK students and £11,160 - £18,240 per year for international students.
Master’s course fees range from £9,120 - £12,960 per year for UK students and £14,160 - £21,240 per year for international students.
MPhil/PhD courses range from £1,950 - £4,600 per year for UK students and £1,950 - £14,930 for international students.
Exact fees will depend on the course studied and whether its’ studied on a full-time or part-time basis. Full information can be found on the individual course pages on the university’s website.
Most of the university’s postgraduate courses are eligible for the government’s postgraduate loan, currently worth up to £11.836 for English students, £18,430 for Welsh students, £10,000 for Scottish students, and £5,500 for students in Northern Ireland.