University of East Anglia Tuition Fees

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University of East Anglia Tuition Fees

University of East Anglia Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees, payable by overseas students, for our undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research courses can be found here along with important information about annual fee increases.

Fee Status

If you feel you may be eligible for ‘Home or EU’ fee status please submit the UEA Fee Status Form after you have submitted your application for admission so that we may check your fee status.

Further information on fee status can be found on the UKCISA Website.

International Deposit (postgraduate applicants only)

A minimum deposit of £2000 is required from all international postgraduate applicants to secure your place and student visa. Further details can be found here.

Understanding student finance for Undergraduates

If you are planning on going to university, the cost of studying can feel like a daunting prospect. However, it doesn’t need to be and to help you feel more confident we’ve created this guide, where you can find information on:

Understanding basic tuition fees

UEA will be charging UK and EU students £9,250 per year for undergraduate courses starting in 2017 (excluding NHS funded courses).There is a Tuition Fee Loan available for eligible UK (Home) and EU students. Year abroad and year in industry courses have a lower fee, detailed in the table below.

Course or yearFee amount
Home and EU students*All undergraduate courses (excluding NHS funded courses)£9,250
Students starting in 2017Year abroad/ERASMUS£1,350
Students starting in 2017Year in industry£1,350
Students from Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of ManUndergraduate Clinical Medicine£19,000
Undergraduate Sciences and Pre-clinical Medicine£10,500
Undergraduate Nursing, Health, Social Work, Psychology, Mathematics and Computing£9,000
Undergraduate Arts and Humanities£9,000