University of Bolton Fees For International Students

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University of Bolton Fees For International Students

Academic Programmes
  • International Foundation Semester: £4,250*
  • International Foundation Year: £8,500*
  • Pre-Masters Semester: £4,250*
  • Postgraduate Certificate (60 credits): £3,750*
  • Undergraduate courses £11,250 (Per Annum)*
  • Postgraduate (excluding MBA) £11,250*
  • MBA £12,500*
  • MPhil, Phd £10,170*

The deadline for new students to apply to Student Finance England to ensure your funding is in place for when you start your studies in September 2017 is 26 May 2017.

It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a confirmed place at university or college, you should still apply as early as possible. Just use your preferred choice of course and you can change it later if you need to. If you’ve started your application but not completed it, log back into your student finance account and complete and submit it.

Scholarships and Bursaries

In addition to this, there are a number of financial awards/fee waivers available to students both from the University  and from external bodies. Take a look at our Scholarships and Bursary page to find out what is available to you.

Living costs

Before starting in Higher Education, it’s important to think about the costs you are likely to face and how to manage your money. Remember, you’ll receive your maintenance support in termly instalments and you will need to budget for on-going costs such as:

accommodation, insurance, fuel costs and TV licence, food and drink, travel costs, sports, leisure and social activities, mobile phone and internet.

Below is an example of the average cost of living for one academic year, for a full-time student living in the university’s Halls of Residence. Please note if you are living in private accommodation you will need to calculate your total accommodation and transport costs. Figures given are estimates onl