Heriot-Watt University Fees
New students to our UK campuses, Dubai Campus or Malaysia Campus should refer to the tuition fee guidance for their campus:
All students are charged tuition fees for their programme of study each academic year. All tuition fees are subject to revision and will usually change each academic year. Students taking additional courses may be charged an additional fee per course. Please click on the links below for the tuition fee schedules for each School/Institute for the current Academic Year. Tuition fees for Dubai and Malaysia Campus students can be found via the links at the top of the page.
All queries regarding tuition fees should be directed to the your School/Institute in the first instance.
|TUITION FEES||UNDERGRADUATE / POSTGRADUATE (2016/17)||UNDERGRADUATE / POSTGRADUATE (2017/18)|
|School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society (EGIS)||2016/17||2017/18|
|School of Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS)||2016/17||2017/18|
|School of Life Sciences||2016/17||N/A1|
|School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences (MACS)||2016/17||2017/18|
|School of Social Sciences (SoSS)||2016/17||2017/18|
|School of Textiles and Design||2016/17||2017/18|
|Edinburgh Business School||See EBS website||See EBS website|
1. The School of Life Sciences was merged with other schools in 2016 as part of a re-structure. Refer to EGIS, SoSS, or EPS.
There are a number of ways to pay your tuition fees.
Heriot-Watt University Fees
Managing your money
Managing your money while you’re studying at university is not always easy. On these pages you will find information on how to budget realistically for your student life, and sources of help and advice should you get into hardship or debt.
Practical advice and information on campus
If you’re looking for advice about managing your money, or about a particular financial issue, our advisors in Student Support are here to help you:
Student Funding Officer
0131 451 3818
Scottish Borders Campus:
+44 (0)1896 892178
Learning and Teaching/Distance Learning Administrator
+44 (0)1856 852 252
Student Hardship Funds
If you get into financial difficulty we can help. Please come into Student Support and Accommodation as soon as you can. We can provide advice on budgeting and administer the Discretionary Hardship Fund and the Childcare Fund.
Discretionary Hardship Fund
The University receives money every year from the Scottish Government to assist students who are experiencing financial difficulty. Money is awarded for help with living costs (not tuition fees) and is paid as a grant. The fund is discretionary. To be eligible you must:
- be a registered student either full or part time;
- be in receipt of the full student loan you are entitled to;
- provide evidence of your financial situation through up to date bank statements etc.; and
- demonstrate that you have tried to budget your finances.
If you are a UK full-time student and in receipt of the full student loan you are entitled to, you can apply for assistance to help pay formal registered childcare costs.
The University has set up a fund to assist international students who get into financial difficulty. Money may be awarded for help with living costs (not tuition fees) and is paid as a grant. The fund is discretionary and limited. To be eligible you must:
- be a registered student;
- provide evidence of your financial situation through up to date bank statements;
- demonstrate that you have tried to budget your finances; and
- demonstrate that you have experienced exceptional circumstances which have affected your financial situation.
How to apply for Hardship Funds
To apply, please call into the office for an application form. We are in the Student Service Centre in the Hugh Nisbet Building in Edinburgh and on the 1st floor of the High Mill at the Scottish Borders Campus.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.