International Tuition Fees
On 28 May 2019 the UK Government announced that European Union students applying for university places in the 2020-21 academic year will remain eligible for financial support, and have access to undergraduate and postgraduate student loans, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU.
EU students are eligible for home fee status, which means they are charged the same tuition fees as UK students.
The tuition fees for non-EU, full-time students at the University of Northampton depend on the type of course and mode of study.
You may be required to complete an English Language course or Foundation programme before being able to enrol on to an undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme.
Tuition fees are charged for each year of the course and will be subject to increases in subsequent academic years. Please refer to the course page for any additional costs that could form part of the course.
Amounts given are in pounds sterling and refer to tuition fees only.
If you receive an offer to study with us, it is part of the terms and conditions that you will need to pay a deposit of £5,000 (GBP) tuition for your first year of study when you have accepted your offer. A £5,000 (GBP) deposit will be required for each year of study before enrolment. This will be deducted from the total tuition fee due each year. The remaining balance will be due in 2 further instalments by 15th January & 15th April for September starters and 15th May & 15th August for January starters.
Sometimes plans don’t work out and you may need to withdraw from your course. Please refer to our Withdrawal Refund Policy on the Student Hub for details. Please note: the Student Hub requires student log in to access.
For more information about tuition fees for international students, please contact the International Office
Course Fee Foundation Study Framework at Year “0” as part of a 4 year programme £12,900 BA and BSc degrees £12,900 BSc Occupational Therapy / BSc Podiatry £13,900 BSc Nursing (all Pathways) £15,750 Sandwich / Placement Year £1,000 BA and BSc one-year Top Up Degrees £13,750
Course Fee MA or MSc Degrees £13,750 MBA £14,750
Duration Fees Autumn Term (60 credits) £4,250 Full year (120 credits) £8,200
Pre-sessional English Courses
Course Fee 39 Weeks £10,800 28 Weeks £8,800 17 Weeks £5,400 10 Weeks £2,720 6 Weeks £1,600 4 weeks £800
Course Fee HND / Foundation Degrees / Foundation Study Framework at Year “0” as part of a 4 year programme £9,800 BA and BSc degrees £12,500 BSc Occupational Therapy / BSc Podiatry £13,500 BSc Nursing (all Pathways) £15,500 2 Year Intensive Degrees £13,500 BA and BSc one-year Top Up Degrees £12,750
Course Fee MA or MSc Degrees £12,750 MBA £13,750
Pre-sessional English Courses
Course Fee 1 Year £10,600 1 Term £3,300 6 Weeks £1,900
You will find information on distance learning tuition fees on our distance learning fees page.
We do not offer scholarships for our distance learning programmes as they are already provided at a reduced rate.
Distance Learning instalment payments
Instalment payments are available for fees in excess of £1,000. You will need to pay a 25% deposit before enrolment followed by seven monthly instalments.
You will be able to request instalment payments at the pre-enrolment stage. Admissions will email you to tell you when you can pre-enrol – usually three or four weeks before your course starts. Payment plans must be set up via our online portal – the link will be emailed to you once you indicate you wish to pay by this method or you can request this in advance by calling 01604 892236.
For further information on payment plans, please contact the Finance team on: 00 44 (0)1604 892236 or 0044 (0)1604 892191.
How to pay your tuition fees
If you receive an offer to study with us, it is part of the terms and conditions that you will need to pay a deposit of £5,000 GBP when you have accepted your offer this needs to be recieved before we will issue you with a Confirmation of acceptance to study letter (CAS) . A £5,000 (GBP) deposit will be required for each year of study before enrolment. This is deducted from the total tuition fee due each year. The remaining balance will be payable in 2 further instalments due on 15th January & 15th April for September starters and 15th May and 15th August for January starters.
Payment methods for International Students
Please visit https://www.northampton.ac.uk/student-life/fees-and-funding/finance-payment-portal/ to access all our payment methods.
If you have a sponsor (as recognised body, other than your parent/s, that is paying all or part of your tuition fees or living costs) or hold a scholarship from any external source, please provide us with documented evidence of this during the application process.
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