Fees for UK and EU full-time students commencing study on courses this year and in 2018/19 are:
2017/18 Academic Year||2018/19 Academic Year |
You can opt to pay your fees by Direct Debit instalments. Further information regarding tuition fee rates can be found below.
2018/19 Academic year tuition fee cap
The UK government caps the annual fee that English universities are permitted to charge UK and EU undergraduate students. Tuition fees are charged annually and may be subject to an annual increase. The government has announced that maximum tuition fee caps will be maintained at 2017/18 academic year levels in the 2018/19 academic year. Information about the current level of tuition fees can be found below.
Tuition fee rates - Home and EU
Home and EU Tuition Fees for the 2018/19 Academic Year
The above link lists fees for undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses for home and EU students and is relevant to those who are both commencing and continuing studies in the 2018/19 academic year.
Home and EU Fees for previous academic years:
2017-18 undergraduate, postgraduate and professional fees for home and EU students
Tuition fee policies
The University of Gloucestershire’s policy defines:
- Other fees, such as re-examination fees and administrative fees
- Liabilities and what happens if fees are not paid
- Instalments available
2017-18 tuition fee and bursary policy including instalment options
2016-17 tuition fee and bursary policy including instalment options
Tuition fee policies for previous academic years
Postgraduate Loan Scheme
For the academic year 2018/19 students applying for taught and masters courses can benefit from a non means-tested loan of up to £10,609. If you’re studying for 2, 3 or 4 academic years, the loan will be divided equally across each year of your course.The loan will be a contribution towards the costs of study and paid directly into your bank account. Whether the loan is used towards fees, maintenance or other costs will be at your own discretion.
Who can apply for the postgraduate loan?
The postgraduate loan is available for full-time, part-time and distance learning masters programmes, except for students who already have existing masters-level qualifications. There are separate loans for students domiciled in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. For full details on eligibility please visit the
gov.uk Funding for postgraduate pages.
EU and international students can check if you qualify for the postgraduate loan by consulting the
gov.uk Master's Loan Eligibility pages.
How to apply
- You can
apply online. Applications open in June 2018
- If your application to the University of Gloucestershire has been a little last minute, don't panic! The application deadline for a one year course is nine months from the first day of your academic year. For courses longer than this, the deadline is nine months after the first day of the final year of the course
- All applicants must be final year undergraduate students with pass rate normally expected to progress onto postgraduate study. Students should be 'self- funding' and not those who are taking up employment and whose fees may be paid by a company sponsor
For further information on postgraduate loans see the
gov.uk Funding for postgraduate study pages or refer to
the Student Room site for more details.
The earliest you start repaying is when your annual income is over £21,000. Once you've achieved this threshold, repayment will commence either:
- the first April after you leave your course
- the April four years after the course started
For full details on repayments visit the
gov.uk repayment pages.
The income team can provide information and advice on tuition fees.