How much are tuition fees?
These are the maximum tuition fees depending on where you’re from and where you’re studying. Exact fees will be shown when you search for courses.
Tuition fees by region for courses starting in 2020
|Student’s home region||Studying in England||Studying in Scotland||Studying in Wales||Studying in Northern Ireland|
|England||Up to £9,250||Up to £9,250||Up to £9,000||Up to £9,250|
|Scotland||Up to £9,250||No fee||Up to £9,000||Up to £9,250|
|Wales||Up to £9,250||Up to £9,250||Up to £9,000||Up to £9,250|
|Northern Ireland||Up to £9,250||Up to £9,250||Up to £9,000||Up to £4,395|
|EU||Up to £9,250||No fee||Up to £9,000||Up to £4,395|
Learn more about undergraduate tuition fees and funding available in your region: Check out our guides to student finance for students in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and for EU/international students.
Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF): What it means for tuition fees
The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) assesses undergraduate teaching, awarding either a gold, silver, or bronze award to participating universities and colleges.
Universities and colleges in England that receive a TEF award are allowed to charge a maximum tuition fee of £9,250 per year for full-time undergraduate courses. Those without a TEF award can only charge up to £9,000.
The TEF has no impact on tuition fees in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland.