The University of Surrey believes in fair access to education to students from all backgrounds and economic situations and is committed to making sure that they offer support to those who might need it. Bursaries and scholarships are among the most competitive in the country, with both merit-based and means-tested awards available, to ensure that all students have the financial security needed to focus on their students in confidence.
Prospective students can visit the University of Surrey website for full information on bursaries, scholarships and eligibility criteria.
To help with course costs, the university will be providing all undergraduates with free digital copies of their essential textbooks from September 2020. This is part of the university’s commitment to making university more accessible, enabling students to learn in a more digital and environmentally conscious way.
Fees vary dependent on level of study and year of admission.
In addition to the course fee as standard across all programmes, some additional costs can be expected for specific fields of study. For example, some courses with a practical element may require students to fund field trips, protective clothing or special equipment.
If students are also looking to peruse a Professional Training placement year, they will also be required to pay a small fee to complete this. Full information about the university’s fees can be found on the website.