Bath Spa University Fees
Our tuition fees vary according to: the type of degree programme you study, mode of study and where you study.
Fees specific to each course are listed on the individual course pages, however this page will give you an overview of the types of costs for our range of undergraduate and foundation courses.
Annual Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2017
|Minimum fee||£7,500||Maximum fee||£9,250|
Minimum fee charged before fee waivers are taken into account; maximum fee permitted under the institution’s access agreement for one or more courses. Fees correct at August 2016 as reported to OFFA.
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Bursaries and Scholarships
- Bath Spa offers a number of bursaries and scholarships to both UK and international students.
- More details, including eligibility can be found on our website.
BA/BSc courses delivered at Bath Spa University
- Full-time fee
£9,250 – entry year 2017/18
- Part-time fee
£4,625 – entry year 2017/18
- Placement year
- ERASMUS+, Exchange and Study Abroad full year – £1,385 – studying abroad for a full year under the Erasmus scheme or doing a work placement for a full year under the Erasmus scheme or studying abroad for part of a year under the Erasmus scheme where the periods of full-time study at the UK institution are in aggregate less than 10 weeks – 15% of the full-time fee
Sandwich Placement full year – £1,850 – undertaking a sandwich work placement (paid & non-paid) year where the periods of full-time study are in aggregate less than 10 weeks – 20% of the full-time fee
- Contributions to materials and study visits
All undergraduate courses in our School of Art and Design will require students to make a contribution to materials and study visits.
2018/2019 tuition fees may be subject to annual review, in line with current practice and inflationary increases allowed by government.