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  1. Postgraduate Fees
    1. Paying & refunds
    2. Instalment scheme
    3. International students
    4. FAQs

Postgraduate Fees

The details of tuition fees for Postgraduate courses at City University London can be found on the individual course pages.

Each course page will give details of fees charged if you are a UK, EU or International Student, or if you are planning to study full or part time. You will also find details of course specific bursaries and scholarships that you may be eligible for.

At City University London, the Income Team will be able to support you should you have any questions regarding the payment of tuition fees prior to your application and will be able to assist you throughout your postgraduate study. The team can be contacted by emailing registration-finance@city.ac.uk or telephone +44 (0)20 7040 3026.

Paying by instalments

City University London runs an instalment scheme for postgraduate students. You are required to pay 50% of your fee upon registration (before your course starts) and the remaining 50% at the end of the following January.

Fees are paid directly to the University using a variety of payment methods.

Find out more about the instalment scheme

NHS-funded courses

The NHS normally pays your tuition fees if you are following health professional courses at City: Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing, Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Speech and Language Therapy. Find out more about NHS funding.

Modular courses

For students studying modular courses, tuition fees are payable in full prior to the commencement of the module.

Postgraduate funding options

There are a number of ways of funding your postgraduate study, including government loans, private loans, bursaries and scholarships. See our Funding and financial support pages for more information.

City has a dedicated and experienced Financial Support Team to assist you with any individual concerns on how to fund your postgraduate study.