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Alumnus of the university may be eligible for a 20 per cent reduction in tuition fees for a Master’s degree course through the university’s Postgraduate Loyalty Discount.
The Dennis Turner Opportunity Fund
There are two types of awards available. The standard is to assist with specific course-related costs, such as childcare, books/equipment or travel, and general living costs. Before applying for help from the fund, students (including postgraduates) will need to have paid, or have arrangements in place to pay, tuition fees, and applied for any other loans and bursaries they are entitled to.
For more information on these scholarships and bursaries, visit the Fees and Funding pages.
UK postgraduate taught students per year full-time: £6,150 - £9,300
UK postgraduate taught students per year part-time: £2,925
International postgraduate taught students per year: £12,700 - £13,000
UK postgraduate research students per year full-time: £4,260
UK postgraduate research students per year part-time: £2,040 (based on 50% rate of study)
International research taught students per year full-time (taught/supervised in UK): £12,700
International research taught students per year full-time (taught/supervised in home country): £8,251
International research taught students per year part-time (taught/supervised in UK): £6,350
International research taught students per year part-time (taught/supervised in home country): £4,125
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