University Of Cumbria Finance (UOC)
It is important that you plan your finances carefully when considering coming to the UK to study. Here is all the information you need on tuition fees and our international scholarship programme.
|Course level||Tuition fee|
|Bachelor’s degree (BA, BSc, LLB)||£10,500|
|BA or BSc with integrated foundation year||£7,500 (year 1)
£10,500 (years 2-4)
|Foundation degree (FdA, FdSc)||£10,500|
|Premium Foundation (FdSc)||£10,500|
|Health pre-registration programmes||£15,500|
|Pre-sessional English (6 weeks)||£1,554|
|Pre-sessional English (12 weeks)||£3,108|
|Course level||Band D||Band E||Band F||Distance|
|Masters (MA, MSc, MBA)||£10,500||£12,000||£15,500||£8,000|
|PGCE or School Direct||£10,500|
|Research (PhD)||£6,470-£19,940. Download the research fee list for more details.|
|Type of accommodation||Price|
|Catered university accommodation||£80 – £115 per week (including bills)|
|Self-catered university accommodation||£75 – £109 per week (including bills)|
|Room in the private sector (off campus)||£70 – £100 per week (excluding bills – approx. £15 per week)|
Planning your finances
Obviously studying in a different country is a big financial investment, so you need to ensure you have everything planned when it comes to spending your money. There are many points to consider before submitting your application, such as food, accommodation and other day-to-day expenses.
We recommend that you budget at least £5,500 for an academic year in the UK. This will include your accommodation and living expenses. To help you plan effectively, we suggest using the online UNIAID International Student Calculator to set a proper budget for your academic life.