Queen’s University Belfast Finance

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Queen’s University Belfast Finance

Student Finance oversee the financial enrolment of all students, assessment and collection of tuition fees and related charges, the administration of University Bursary Schemes and administration of the Student Support Fund.

Full-time Undergraduate Fees

Students, who normally live in Northern Ireland, will be charged tuition fees of £4,030 per annum for full time undergraduate programmes.

Students who normally live in England, Scotland and Wales (GB Students), and who are new students in 2017-18, will be charged tuition fees of £9,250 per annum for full time undergraduate programmes. Returning students who admitted prior to 2017-18 will be charged £9,000 per annum for full time undergraduate programmes.

Students, who normally live in the Republic of Ireland or other non-UK EU countries, will be charged tuition fees of £4,030 per annum for full time undergraduate programmes.

Students, who normally live in the Islands, and who are new students in 2017-18, will be charged tuition fees of £9,250 per annum for full time undergraduate programmes. Returning students who admitted prior to 2017-18 will be charged £9,000 per annum for full time undergraduate programmes. For undergraduate programmes that contain Clinical elements a fee is still to be confirmed.

A fee of £780 will be charged for sandwich-year placements.

Students will be required to complete the University’s enrolment and registration process at the start of the academic year. This process will be undertaken via the enrolment and registration wizard.

Students, whose personal contribution is £300 or less, will be required to pay in full at enrolment and registration.

Please refer to the Fee Framework 2017/18 below for information on how tuition fees are calculated..

Postgraduate Taught Tuition

Standard Full-time

The full-time standard postgraduate taught tuition fee, for a student commencing study in the academic year 2017-18 is £5,500.

A student is classified as full-time if the total CATS points of the courses that he/she is studying are greater than 120 CATS points. CATS is an acronym for the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme. This is a system which gives credit for each individual course unit that is completed successfully. There are a number of postgraduate taught courses which have non-standard fees.

Other Fee Exceptions – 2017 /18

International MBA £19,500
MSc Accounting and Finance £6,500
MSc Quantitative Finance £6,500
MSc Economics £6,500
MSc Finance £6,500
MSc Human Resource Management £7,000
MSc Management £6,500
MSc Marketing £7,000
MSc Risk and Investment Management £6,500
MSc Applied Cyber Security £12,600
Masters in Law (MLaw) £7,000
Juris Doctor £15,000