Graduate students

Tuition fees 

Programme Duration Subject stream Fees 2017/18
International Foundation Year 3 terms Arts and Social Sciences  £14,840
Management and Economics  £14,990
Sciences  £14,840
English Language Preparation Programme  1 term    £5,114

Please note that tuition prices do not include the cost of text books, which will be approximately £80 per term. 

Accommodation Fees

For accommodation costs, please see the factsheet on the Accommodation page.

Optional additions

StudyCare insurance 12 months cover £8.00 per week (to cover duration of course) 
Airport transfer (one way) London Heathrow £64
London Gatwick £135
London Stansted £197


Guardianship fee*  £66 per month, plus a refundable £100 fee to cover emergency costs (e.g. replacement passport).
Police registration (if required) £34

*The guardianship fee applies to students who are under the age of 18 at the start of their course. Students will be provided with a UK guardian who will support the student during their time in the UK until he/she turns 18. More information will be provided after you apply.

Confirmation Payment

To accept the offer a confirmation payment is required comprising a non-refundable administration fee of £200 and £1,000 security deposit. Prior to enrolment (and before you apply for your Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (‘CAS’)) you will also need to pay £6,000 in advance tuition fees. Once the CAS has been issued, and before arrival at the Centre, you will be required to pay the balance of the first two terms’ fees along with the accommodation fees (if applicable) as set out on your individualised payment plan on your offer letter.

Price validity

2017/18 tuition fees are valid from 13 February 2017 for students who apply after this date, and are in £ sterling. The enrolment fee will be £200 for UK ISCs from 13 February 2017.


We strongly recommend that all international students have the protection of appropriate accident and medical insurance for the duration of their time in the UK. The consequences of being uninsured can be extremely difficult and expensive.

Students may either take out our own StudyCare insurance policy or alternative cover with a third party. The StudyCare insurance policy covers loss of personal possessions as well as providing health and medical insurance. Please let your admissions advisor know if you wish to purchase our StudyCare insurance. The insurance covers you until the end of your course.

Learn more about StudyCare insurance.

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What our students say...

“The several cultures present added fresh perspectives and new insights to the subjects being taught culminating in a unique and truly enjoyable learning experience.”

Zain from Pakistan studied the Art, Media, Film and Music pathway