Brunel university london fees
As a full-time undergraduate student, you will have two main types of expenses at university – tuition fees and your living costs. The Government’s funding system of grants and loans means that you can choose not to pay anything until after you have finished your degree.
Tuition fees for September 2017 entry
- Home/EU: £9,250 per year
- International (non-EU) students: £14,400 (low band), £15,750 (mid band) or £17,500 (high band).
Home/EU: 75% of the full-time fee (£6,750 for 2017/18) for the first four years. If it takes you six years, rather than four, to complete your studies, then you will pay nothing for the fifth or sixth year.
Overseas undergraduate subject fee bands
For overseas students, subject areas are classified as either low band (generally classroom-based), middle band or high band (generally requiring higher cost resources or equipment).
|Low||College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences (except Business, Communications & Media and Games Design)|
Physical Education and Youth Sport
|Middle||Department of Business|
Department of Mathematics (including Foundation)
Department of Computer Sciences
Communication & Media Studies
|High||College of Health and Life Sciences (except Physical Education and Youth Sport & Psychology)|
Department of Design
All Engineering Departments (including Foundation)
For fee purposes, students are classified as either Home/EU or overseas. Details of the criteria used for establishing fee status, can be found on the UK Council for International Student Affairs website. If you’re unsure whether you’re classified as Home/EU or overseas, contact the Admissions Office on +44 (0)1895 265265.
Fees for Associate module students
If you are taking a standalone module, you will be able to view your fee using this table for modules starting in the 2016/17 entry year.
If you are planning to take a standalone module within the 2017/18 cycle the fee can be found in this table.