1. Undergraduate applicants to City, University of London
  2. Money matters

Money matters

We know that money is an important issue for students and we want studying at City, University of London to be achievable for all students.

Studying at university is a significant investment, but, one we think is worthwhile. To help you understand all the information you need about student finance, take a look around these pages and get in touch if you have any questions.

Student Fees

Tuition fees for undergraduate United Kingdom and European Union students are determined by the UK Government. For these students beginning their study in 2017, the first year fee was £9,250. The fee for students beginning their study in 2018 has not yet been confirmed. Fees in each subsequent year of study may be subject to an annual increase limited to the Student Fees Inflation Index as determined by the UK Government’s Office for Budget Responsibility, but this is subject to confirmation. The index is derived from the All Items Retail Prices Index. If fees do increase in each subsequent year of study, we will confirm any change to the annual tuition fee to you in writing prior to you commencing each subsequent year of study. For international students, however, fees vary by course. In every instance we recommend confirming fees on the course pages that you are interested in.

You can read more information on the university's fees pages where a number of common questions are answered.

Funding & financial support

There are a wide range of options available to City students for financial support of their studies. The university's website has a section on funding and financial support that details all of the different possibilities.

If you are an international student, there's also information available about the further funding opportunities open to you.