Cranfield University Fees
The Santander Scholarship at Cranfield University is worth £5,000 towards tuition fees for full-time master’s courses.
Paying for a course at university and the associated living costs is a major challenge for most students. Many fund their studies from a combination of sources such as savings, employment, small grants, loans or bursaries.
Whether you are a UK-based student, or an international student, we provide information, advice and range of online tools to help you put together the funding package you need. Take a look at our funding finder which provides a searchable database of sources of financial support We also offer bursaries for high quality applicants. And, later in this section, we provide a range of additional sources of potential funding and helpful organisations and contacts for information, advice and guidance.
Please note that the academic year at Cranfield falls within two financial years for tax purposes. Therefore, you may be entitled to a tax rebate at the beginning of the course and be expected to pay tax when starting work again at the end of your course.
Please note that adequate funding must be secured for fees and living expenses before registration.
Important notes about fees
The fees outlined within this document apply to all students whose initial date of registration falls on or between 1 August 2017 and 31 July 2018. All students pay the tuition fee set by the University for the full duration of their registration period agreed at their initial registration.
Fee eligibility at the Home/EU rate is determined with reference to UK Government regulations. As a guiding principle, EU nationals (including UK) who are ordinarily resident in the EU pay Home/EU tuition fees, all other students (including those from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man) pay Overseas fees.
A deposit may be payable for some courses and will be offset against the tuition fee. Additional fees for extensions to the agreed registration period may be charged.