Tuition fees

Tuition fees are a major part of University costs. Our guidelines below outline what you need to pay, and enable you plan your budget accordingly.

Non-EU students

Our standard international student tuition fees cost between £11,750 - £12,500* for undergraduate programmes and vary between £6,000 - £14,000 for postgraduate programmes. There are some exceptions to this, for examples the annual tuition fee cost for our MBA is £15,750*.

EU students

European Union students currently pay the same tuition fees as UK students and can apply for a student loan. Undergraduate annual tuition fees are £9,250. Postgraduate fees vary by programme.

*These fees may be subject to change

For the most up-to-date tuition fees please visit the UWE Bristol website.

Living costs

If you are coming to study in the UK, you not only need to consider your tuition fee costs, but also the price of living in the UK.

The city of Bristol can be suitable to a variety of budgets, and despite being only 90 minutes away from London by train, is generally more affordable than England's capital city.

How much you spend will depend to some extent on your lifestyle.

The table below gives you an example of living costs:

  Weekly Yearly 
Accommodation £110 - £190 £4,400 - £7,600
Travel £15 - £20 £600 - £800
Additional course costs* £15 - £40 £600 - £2,000
Household food/bills £60 - £80 £2,400 - £3,200
Total £200 - £290 £8,000 - £12,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

  *such as books, printing, software and non-compulsory field trips.

Visa maintenance requirements

If you are applying for a student visa, you may need to show that you have appropriate funds to cover your living costs during your studies.

For the most up-to-date information on visas and living costs please visit the gov.uk website.