Tuition fees for students starting in 2016

This information is for applicants applying to study at the University of Huddersfield in the academic year 2016/17. Please note that your tuition fees for subsequent years may rise in line with inflation (RPI-X).

Information about support that might be available for a student’s living costs is available here.

Tuition Fees for undergraduate Home/EU students 

The table below sets out the tuition fee charges for full time undergraduate Home/EU students for the academic year 2016/17. To be classified as a Home/EU student the university may ask you to verify your residency in the UK/EU as part of the admissions process.

The University operates a fair fee policy which offers a guarantee about the costs of studying on your course. Please read more about what's included in your tuition fee.

Type of course

Annual Tuition Fee

Undergraduate programmes full-time (BA, BSc, BMus, PGCE, CertEd)

£9000

Placement Year

£750

Undergraduate Programmes Part-Time (BA, BSc, BMus) 

£925 per 20 Credit Module

CertEd/PGCE part-time

£3,380

Tuition Fee Loan

Full-time Home and EU undergraduate students should be eligible for a tuition fee loan to cover their fees.  If a student is eligible to receive a tuition fee loan and makes a valid application, then the tuition fee loan is paid directly to the University on the student’s behalf by the Student Loans Company.  The tuition fee loan is repaid by the student after graduation or when they leave the University.  Repayments are made once income is above £21,000 per year and then the amount repaid is 9% of your income above the repayment threshold. 

Applicants should apply for a tuition fee loan to Student Finance England.

Your eligibility for funding could be affected by previous study. However, from 2017-18, the Government will enable people to retrain in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics by removing the restriction on accessing tuition fee loans for a second degree in these subjects. Your eligibility could also be affected by previous or current residence outside the EU. Again, you should contact Student Finance England to check your eligibility.

International Students

All international students should refer to the International Office website for tuition fee information.

Tuition Fees for Home / EU postgraduate taught students

Postgraduate students should visit the postgraduate fees and finance area of the site for more information. 

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