Aberystwyth University International Tuition Fees

Aberystwyth University

Aberystwyth University International Tuition Fees

2016/17 Academic Session

Home UK / EU Undergraduate FeesOld System Students

£

New System Students (2012+ Cohort)

£

Full Session3,4659,000
Single Semester1,7254,500
Exchange Out (Full Session)1,3501,350
Year in Industry900900
Year Abroad1,3501,350
Visiting In (Full Session)9,0009,000
Visiting In (Single Semester)4,5004,500

For further information on Home UK / EU Undergraduate tuition fees (including part-time, repeat, and other ad-hoc fees), please contact The Fees & Cash Office on (01970) 621582 or fees@aber.ac.uk

Tuition fees for Home/EU undergraduates are regulated by the Welsh Government and the UK Government. The University will amend all Home/EU undergraduate Tuition Fees in line with any alteration advised by the Welsh Government and UK Government. Any alterations in these regulated fees will affect both existing and new students.

The fee rates listed above are for fees in 2016/17 only. The University expects that the UK Government will allow tuition fees to rise by a modest amount in future years to take account of inflationary pressures for subsequent years. For subsequent years of study please assume a 3% inflationary increase year-on-year.

The fees increase will allow for a combination of factors, and the rise will not necessarily be the same as the published UK rate of inflation (the Consumer Price Index) in the year. This is because UK rate of inflation is just one of many factors considered when setting the annual fee policy.

 

UK/EU Students
TypeAmount (£)
Full Session9,000
Single Semester4,500
Exchange – Full Session1,350
Exchange – One Semester Abroad9,000
Year Abroad1,350
Year in Industry900
International Students
TypeAmount (£)
Full-Time Arts / Social Sciences13,000 *
Full-Time Science14,500 *

* International Students
Aberystwyth International Scholarships, worth £2,000 each year towards tuition fees, are available for International (non-EU) students commencing a full-time undergraduate programme in September 2016.