Undergraduate fees

See our Undergraduate fees for entry in:

 

Undergraduate fees 2018-2019
ProgrammeScottish resident1 and non-UK European Union (EU)2 studentsOther UK students3Overseas students4
BA, BSc, BAcc, LLB degrees (classroom-based subjects) £1,820 - paid by SAAS for most students £9,250 £12,140
BA, BSc, BAcc, LLB degrees (other subjects*) £1,820 - paid by SAAS for most students £9,250 £14,460
LLB (Accelerated Graduate Programme) £5,950 £5,950 £12,140
BA TQFE £1,820 n/a n/a
Non-graduating students (full-time) £1,820 £9,250 £12,140
Part-time BA, BSc, BAcc, LLB Degrees
(fee per module - 20 credit)
£303 TBC

£2,024 (class-based)

£2,410 (non-class based)

Certificate in Child Welfare and Protection
(fee per module)
£670 £670 n/a
Certificate in Management in Social Services
(fee per module)
£670 £670 n/a
Certificate in Adult Services, Support and Protection
(fee per module)
£670 £670 n/a
Certificate in Drug & Alcohol Studies
(fee per module)
£575 £575 £740
Dementia Studies
(fee per module)
£675 £675 £675
UG Access Programme £490 £490 n/a
Various Nursing CPD modules .
 

All fees are correct at time of publication on this page and may be subject to change.

  1. A student who has been ordinarily resident in Scotland for at least three years immediately prior to undertaking full-time higher education.
  2. A student who is an EU national or the child of an EU national, who has been ordinarily resident in an EU country outside of the UK for three years immediately prior to commencing course.
  3. A student who has been ordinarily resident in England, Wales or Northern Ireland for at least three years immediately prior to undertaking full-time higher education.
  4. A student who lives outwith the EU.
  5. The higher rate applies to overseas students taking the following subject areas which are not class-room based:
    Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences, Biological Sciences, Computing Science, Environmental Sciences, Nursing and Psychology.
  6. From 2016/7 onwards, the fees for overseas and other UK undergraduates will be held at the level upon entry.

The composite annual fees cover matriculation, registration, tuition, examinations and student activities. All fees are due and payable on registration, and are made directly to the University. This section provides general guidance only, and the University will not be held liable for any errors in this section, and advises all applicants to contact the appropriate funding organisation for further information.

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