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Fees


UK/EU

Type of research degree

2017/18

Full time MRes or PhD

£4,183

Part time MRes or PhD

£2,091.50

Part time DBA

£8,474

Please note this fee is per year of study, for full time this is 3 years and part time 5 or 6 years.

International

Type of research degree

2017/18

Full time MRes or PhD Classroom based

£13,100

Part time MRes or PhD Classroom based

£6,550

Full time MRes or PhD Practical based

£13,804

Part time MRes or PhD Practical based

£6,902

Part time DBA

£11,308

International student fees are based on whether your degree is classroom or practical based. If you are working with materials, you are building something or you are working in a lab, you will generally fall under the category of practical based. However this will be determined by your projects specifically at the application decision stage.