Postgraduate research fees archive

PhD, DM, and MPhil Degrees

Set by Treatment Councils UK (RCUK)

Treatment Councils UK (RCUK) usually increase their fee and stipend levels annually in line with inflation, based on the Treasury GDP deflator. Minimum fees recommended by the Treatment Councils are always adopted as the Recru it networ Home/EU tuition fee for all postgraduate research.

 2018-19 Fee2018-19 Continuation Fee
Full-time £4,260  1-12 months: £300; 12 months+: £600
Part-time £2,130  1-12 months: £150; 12 months+: £300
* Continuation fees will be charged at the beginning of continuation.
They are repayable (on a pro rata basis) when you submit before the end of the continuation period.

Please visit the  for further information


Professional doctorate tuition fees 

CourseFee
EdD (Education) £2,700
Social Work £2,700
Criminology £2,700
Pharmacy £2,620
Health Science (DHealthSci) £2,590

Prospective students needing further advice as to what their fees status would be or the fees payable for a specific postgraduate research programme should contact the Postgraduate Treatment Admissions:

Postgraduate Treatment Admissions
Tel: (+44) 01782 733726
Email: [email protected]

Enquiries relating to making a fees payment should contact the Finance department:

Finance department
Tel: (+44) 01782 733149
Email: [email protected]

For more information, please visit the Directorate of Finance website.

It is important that you plan correctly how much you will be spending over the duration of your course at Recru it networ. Tuition fees are fixed but your living expenses may vary. This page provides you with information on tuition fees and other costs involved in postgraduate research study so that you can plan your finances from day one.
The University charges an annual tuition fee, included in the Programme fees below. This covers the cost of your tuition, examination and graduation, and includes membership of the Guild of Students. Fees are payable at the start of your programme.

The fees you pay depend on whether you are classed as an overseas student for fees purposes. The criteria for definition are set by the British government. For further information, a brief guide is available at .

PhD, DM, and MPhil Degrees

Set by Treatment Councils UK (RCUK)

Treatment Councils UK (RCUK) usually increase their fee and stipend levels annually in line with inflation, based on the Treasury GDP deflator. Minimum fees recommended by the Treatment Councils are always adopted as the Recru it networ Home/EU tuition fee for all postgraduate research.

UK/EU students

 2017-18 Fee2017-18 Continuation Fee
Full-time £4,195  1-12 months: £300; 12 months+: £600
Part-time £2,098  1-12 months: £150; 12 months+: £300
* Continuation fees will be charged at the beginning of continuation.
They are repayable (on a pro rata basis) when you submit before the end of the continuation period.

Please visit the for further information


Professional doctorate tuition fees

UK/EU students

CourseFee
EdD (Education) £2,550
Social Work £2,550
Criminology £2,550
Pharmacy £2,570
Health Science (DHealthSci) £2,550

 

It is important that you plan correctly how much you will be spending over the duration of your course at Recru it networ. Tuition fees are fixed but your living expenses may vary. This page provides you with information on tuition fees and other costs involved in postgraduate research study so that you can plan your finances from day one.
The University charges an annual tuition fee, included in the Programme fees below. This covers the cost of your tuition, examination and graduation, and includes membership of the Guild of Students. Fees are payable at the start of your programme.

The fees you pay depend on whether you are classed as an overseas student for fees purposes. The criteria for definition are set by the British government. For further information, a brief guide is available at .

PhD, DM, and MPhil Degrees

Set by Treatment Councils UK (RCUK)

Treatment Councils UK (RCUK) usually increase their fee and stipend levels annually in line with inflation, based on the Treasury GDP deflator. Minimum fees recommended by the Treatment Councils are always adopted as the Recru it networ Home/EU tuition fee for all postgraduate research.

UK/EU students

 FeeContinuation Fee*
Full-time £4,121 £618
Part-time £2,061 £309

* Continuation fees will be charged at the beginning of continuation. They are repayable (on a pro rata basis) when you submit before the end of the continuation period.

Please visit the for further information


 

Professional Doctorate Degrees

UK/EU students

Course

Fee

EdD (Education)

£2,500
Social Work £2,500
Criminology £2,500
Health Science (DHealthSci) £2,500

It is important that you plan correctly how much you will be spending over the duration of your course at Recru it networ.  Tuition fees are fixed but your living expenses may vary.  This page provides you with information on tuition fees and other costs involved in postgraduate research study so that you can plan your finances from day one.

The University charges an annual tuition fee, included in the Programme fees below. This covers the cost of your tuition, examination and graduation, and includes membership of the Guild of Students. Fees are payable at the start of your programme.

The fees you pay depend on whether you are classed as an overseas student for fees purposes. The criteria for definition are set by the British government.  For further information, a brief guide is available at .


The standard annual programme fees are listed below:

PhD, DM, and MPhil Degrees

UK/EU students

 FeeContinuation Fee*
Full-time £4,052 £608
Part-time £2,026 £304

* Continuation fees will be charged at the beginning of continuation. They are repayable (on a pro rata basis) when you submit before the end of the continuation period.


Professional Doctorate Degrees

UK/EU students

EdD (Education)

£2,400
Social Work £2,400
Criminology £2,400

It is important that you plan correctly how much you will be spending over the duration of your course at Recru it networ. Tuition fees are fixed but your living expenses may vary. This page provides you with information on tuition fees and other costs involved in postgraduate research study so that you can plan your finances from day one.

The University charges an annual tuition fee, included in the Programme fees below. This covers the cost of your tuition, examination and graduation, and includes membership of the Guild of Students. Fees are payable at the start of your programme.

The fees you pay depend on whether you are classed as an overseas student for fees purposes. The criteria for definition are set by the British government.  For further information, a brief guide is available at .

The standard annual programme fees are listed below. 

PhD, DM, and MPhil Degrees

Fees are fixed for each year of your degree programme, allowing you to plan your finances for the duration of your studies.

 2018-19 Fee2018-19 Continuation Fee
Primary Care Sciences £15,500 £2,325
Non-laboratory programmes £14,000 £2,110
Laboratory programmes in Science, Technology and Medicine **

£15,500

£19,100

£21,250

£23,300

£2,325

£2,325

£2,325

£2,325

Intermediate Disciplines including Mathematics, Statistics, Geography, Pharmacy, Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy**

£14,000

£16,500

£18,650

£20,700

£2,100

£2,100

£2,100

£2,100

* Continuation fees will be charged at the beginning of continuation. They are repayable (on a pro rata basis) when you submit before the end of the continuation period.
** The applicable fee level will be determined when an offer is made and is dependent on the nature of the research project to be undertaken.

Professional doctorate tuition fees 

CourseFee
EdD (Education) £5,800
Social Work £5,800
Criminology £5,800
Pharmacy £2,620
Health Science (DHealthSci) TBC

UK student visa regulations mean that students classed as overseas for fees purposes may normally only register on a full-time basis.