University Of Chichester Finance

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University Of Chichester Finance

Studying at university is about the ability to learn, not the ability to pay. Support is available to ensure money is not a barrier to education.

At Chichester we ensure we take a transparent approach to fees and finance, so that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision about your future.

There is lots of advice available here but, if you are not sure who can help you with your queries, or have a general question, contact the student adviser or one of the student money advisers available on both campuses.  They can put you in touch with the right service both within student support services and across the University as a whole.

Tuition Fees

This page provides details of our tuition fees for 2016/17 and 2017/18 for UK/EU and international students.

The University’s Tuition Fee Policy and Debt Policy can be found at the following links:

Undergraduate Fees


Download our Undergraduate fees for 2017/18


We charge £9,000 to UK and EU students on full time undergraduate programmes. Our undergraduate part time fees are £1,125 per module.

The cost of a sandwich year is £1,800.

Download our Undergraduate fees for 2016/17

International Fees 2016/17:

Classroom Based £10,620
Laboratory/Studio/Teaching Based 12,240
Teaching 12,240
Pre-Sessional Programme ( 10 week) 2,500
Pre-Sessional Programme ( 5 week) 1,250

Find out about part time course fees here.

Postgraduate Fees:

There is an Alumni discount of 10% for students applying within five years of completion of undergraduate course at Chichester. For more information please contact


Download our Postgraduate fees for 2017/18


A full list of costs for our Postgraduate degree programmes can be found on our Postgraduate Fees download.


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