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

Undergraduate Fees

Tuition fees for Undergraduate degrees at City are determined by your year of entry, fee status - Home (UK), European Union or Overseas - and the course you choose to study.

2016 Entry

For undergraduate students beginning their study in 2016, the first year fee will be £9,000 for United Kingdom and European Union students. Fees in subsequent years may be subject to increases (limited to the Retail Prices Index) dependent on governmental policy. The Retail Prices Index (RPI) is a measure of inflation which measures the change in the cost of a sample of retail goods and services.

The University can confirm that for students beginning their study in 2016 and 2017, EU student fees will remain the same as UK resident fees for the duration of their course, irrespective of any subsequent changes in government policy.

If you are a part-time or international student, please refer to individual course pages for course-specific fees. As a student from outside the UK, you should also see our advice for international students.

Paying by student loans - no money in advance

If you are an eligible first degree UK or EU student you will not have to pay in advance for your tuition. The cost will be covered by a loan which you will start to repay only once you have left your course and are earning over £21,000 per year. Read more information about student loans.

Paying by instalments

Students who do not take out a loan must pay their fees directly to the University. We have an instalment scheme for some students where you pay 50% of the course fee at registration and the remaining 50% at the end of the following January. Find out more about the instalment scheme.

NHS-funded courses

The National Health Service normally pays your tuition fees if you are following health professional courses at City: BSc Nursing, BSc Midwifery, Diploma in Nursing, BSc Radiography and BSc Speech and Language Therapy. Find out more about NHS funding.

Further funding options

See our Funding and financial support pages for information on different undergraduate funding options.

2017 Entry

For undergraduate students beginning their study in 2017, the first year fee will be £9,250 for United Kingdom and European Union students. This is subject to the UK Government confirming that UK universities are permitted to raise their fees from £9,000 by an inflationary increase in 2017. Fees in subsequent years may be subject to increases (limited to the Retail Prices Index) dependent on governmental policy. The Retail Prices Index (RPI) is a measure of inflation which measures the change in the cost of a sample of retail goods and services.

The University can confirm that for students beginning their study in 2016 and 2017, EU student fees will remain the same as UK resident fees for the duration of their course, irrespective of any subsequent changes in government policy.

If you are a part-time or international student, please refer to individual course pages for course-specific fees. As a student from outside the UK, you should also see our advice for international students.

Paying by student loans - no money in advance

If you are an eligible first degree UK or EU student you will not have to pay in advance for your tuition. The cost will be covered by a loan which you will start to repay only once you have left your course and are earning over £21,000 per year. Read more information about student loans.

Paying by instalments

Students who do not take out a loan must pay their fees directly to the University. We have an instalment scheme for some students where you pay 50% of the course fee at registration and the remaining 50% at the end of the following January. Find out more about the instalment scheme.

NHS-funded courses

The status of National Health Service funding for health professional courses at City, for 2017 entry, will be confirmed in due course.

Further funding options

See our Funding and financial support pages for information on different undergraduate funding options.