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International Tuition Fees (2017)

Undergraduate

For 2017 entry, the standard fees for International students per year will be:

Undergraduate

  Tuition Fee UG Studentship
Scheme Discount
Total
Arts programmes £12,800 £2,000 £10,800
Science programmes £15,300 £2,500 £12,800
Foundation Year Arts £8,500   £8,500
Foundation Year Science (30 weeks) £10,650   £10,650
Year abroad/industry placement 50% of full fee   50% of full fee
Semester abroad/industry placement Full fee   Full fee

Undergraduate Studentship Scheme Discount

The Undergraduate Studentship Scheme Discount is applied to the tuition fees of all new international undergraduate students paying standard fees for each year of study. The standard discount is increased by £1,000 for students from low and lower middle income countries as defined by the World Bank. Please see the full list here.

English as a Foreign Language

Fees for English as a Foreign Language courses for 2016 entry are available here. If you complete any of our Summer Study courses and then go on to register on a full-time degree programme at the University of Hull (undergraduate or postgraduate), paying your own fees with International fee status, you will be entitled to a bursary to be deducted from your degree programme fees.

International fees are fixed for the duration of study (excluding Medicine MBBS and the integrated Foundation Year fee, which is for one year only).

 

What funding is available?

For further information about the funding available for international students, please see our Scholarships and Bursaries page.

 

You may also find the International Student Calculator a helpful tool when planning your budget.

 

World Bank Low and Lower Middle Income Countries

Low income countries Lower middle income countries
Afghanistan Armenia
Benin Bangladesh
Burkina Faso Bhutan
Burundi Bolivia
Central African Republic Cabo Verde
Chad Cambodia
Comoros Cameroon
Congo, Dem. Rep. Congo, Rep.
Eritrea Côte d'Ivoire
Ethiopia Djibouti
Gambia, The Egypt, Arab Rep.
Guinea El Salvador
Guinea-Bisau Ghana
Haiti Guatemala
Korea, Dem. Rep. Honduras
Liberia India
Madagascar Indonesia
Malawi Kenya
Mali Kiribati
Mozambique Kosovo
Nepal Kyrgyz Republic
Niger Lao PDR
Rwanda Lesotho
Senegal Mauritania
Sierra Leone Micronesia, Fed. Sts.
Somalia Moldova
South Sudan Mongolia
Tanzania Morocco
Togo Myanmar
Uganda Nicaragua
Zimbabwe Nigeria
  Pakistan
  Papua New Guinea
  Philippines
  Samoa
  São Tomé and Principe
  Solomon Islands
  Sri Lanka
  Sudan
  Swaziland
  Syrian Arab Republic
  Tajikistan
  Timor-Leste
  Tonga
  Tunisia
  Ukraine
  Uzbekistan
  Vanuatu
  Vietnam
  West Bank and Gaza
  Yemen, Rep.
  Zambia

 

Postgraduate

Postgraduate

International fees are fixed for the duration of study. For 2017 entry, the standard fees for International students per year will be:

MA, MSc and MRes

  Tuition Fee PG Studentship
Scheme Discount
Total
Arts programmes £12,800 £2,500 £10,300
Science programmes £15,300 £2,500 £12,800

 

Non-Standard Fees

Business School

  Tuition Fee PG Studentship
Scheme Discount
Total
MSc Business Management with Internship £16,300 £2,500 £13,800
MSc in Finance subjects* £15,100 £2,500 £12,600
MSc in all other HUBS subjects £14,150 £2,500 £11,650

* Finance subjects: Financial Management; Money Banking and Finance; Accounting and Finance; Finance and Investment; Energy Markets; Financial Mathematics

Arts, Cultures and Education

   Joint European Master's Degree in Women's and Gender Studies (GEMMA

University of Hull graduates who completed an undergraduate degree with the university are entitled to our Graduate Studentship.

Hull York Medical School

  Tuition Fee
MSc Clinical Anatomy/Clinical Anatomy and Education £20,300
MSc Human Anatomy and Evolution £20,300
MSc Physician Associate Studies TBA
PG Cert/Dip/Masters in Health Professions Education £4,880

PhD

  Tuition Fee
Arts programme £12,800
Science programme £15,300

Non-Standard Fees

Science and Engineering

  Tuition Fee
MSc/MPhil/PhD Molecular Biology £20,290
 

Postgraduate Studentship Scheme Discount

The Postgraduate Studentship Scheme Discount is applied to the tuition fees of new international taught postgraduate students on eligible courses, as indicated above. The discount will be applied each year, for courses lasting longer than one year. The standard discount is increased by £1,000 for students from low and lower middle income countries as defined by the World Bank.

University of Hull graduates who completed an undergraduate degree with the university are entitled to our Graduate Studentship.

What funding is available?

For further information about the funding available for international students, please see our Scholarships and Bursaries page.

 

World Bank Low and Lower Middle Income Countries

Low income countries Lower middle income countries
Afghanistan Armenia
Benin Bangladesh
Burkina Faso Bhutan
Burundi Bolivia
Central African Republic Cabo Verde
Chad Cambodia
Comoros Cameroon
Congo, Dem. Rep. Congo, Rep.
Eritrea Côte d'Ivoire
Ethiopia Djibouti
Gambia, The Egypt, Arab Rep.
Guinea El Salvador
Guinea-Bisau Ghana
Haiti Guatemala
Korea, Dem. Rep. Honduras
Liberia India
Madagascar Indonesia
Malawi Kenya
Mali Kiribati
Mozambique Kosovo
Nepal Kyrgyz Republic
Niger Lao PDR
Rwanda Lesotho
Senegal Mauritania
Sierra Leone Micronesia, Fed. Sts.
Somalia Moldova
South Sudan Mongolia
Tanzania Morocco
Togo Myanmar
Uganda Nicaragua
Zimbabwe Nigeria
  Pakistan
  Papua New Guinea
  Philippines
  Samoa
  São Tomé and Principe
  Solomon Islands
  Sri Lanka
  Sudan
  Swaziland
  Syrian Arab Republic
  Tajikistan
  Timor-Leste
  Tonga
  Tunisia
  Ukraine
  Uzbekistan
  Vanuatu
  Vietnam
  West Bank and Gaza
  Yemen, Rep.
  Zambia

 

Language

English as a Foreign Language

Fees for English as a Foreign Language courses are available here. If you complete any of our Summer Study courses and then go on to register on a full-time degree programme at the University of Hull (undergraduate or postgraduate), paying your own fees with International fee status, you will be entitled to a bursary to be deducted from your degree programme fees.

Cost of Living

The average consumer prices, including rent, in Hull are 47% lower than those London* and significantly lower than in comparable university cities, which makes living costs more affordable. The location of our campus residences means that daily travelling costs are low (or non-existent) at the University of Hull and that shops selling food, clothes and other everyday items are within easy walking distance.

Personal expenditure

The UKVI requires you to have £1,015 per month in your bank account, available for your accommodation, local travel, food and entertainment. This is in addition to the funds you have for your tuition fees. At the time of application, you will need to show that you have enough funds to live on for up to a maximum of nine months of your course (£1,015 x nine months) and that you have had this money for at least 28 days.

Bringing your family to the UK

The UKVI requirement is £680 per dependent for each calendar month of the student’s course and up to a maximum of nine months (or up to the length of their stay if it is shorter than nine months). Please budget for around £200 per year for each child, for school uniform and school activities. For children over the age of 11, costs may be higher.

Living in Hull

The cost of living in Hull is lower than in most cities and towns in Britain (indeed, approximately 30–40% less than in London) and significantly lower than in comparable university cities, which makes living costs more affordable. Please see examples below of the average cost of living across different categories. Please note that these figures may in total be lower than the UKVI maintenance requirements. For a successful Tier 4 visa application, students must meet UKVI requirements.

Accommodation fees 2015-16

  Weekly Monthly

Undergraduate:

32 weeks*

Postgraduate:

48 weeks**

Top end £122-£149 £488-£596 £4,514-£5,513 £6,100-£7,450
Mid-range £91-£113 £364-£452 £3,367- £4,181 £4,550-£5,650
Low end £64-£86 £256-£344 £2,368-£3,182 £3,200-£4,300

*42-, 44- and 50-week contracts also available

**52-week contracts also available

Estimated essential expenses

  Weekly Monthly

Under-

graduate:

32 weeks

Post-

graduate:

48 weeks

Food £40 £160 £1,280 £1,920
Laundry £5 £20 £160 £240
Cell phone £4 £16 £128 £192
Books/stationery £12 £48 £384 £576
Local transport £7 £28 £240 (1 year travel card) £240
Total £68 £271 £2,184 £3,156

Estimated non-essential expenses

  Weekly Monthly

Under-

graduate:

32 weeks

Post-

graduate:

48 weeks

Sports memberships £5 £20 £160 £240
Shopping/clothing £30 £120 £960 £1,440
Entertainment/social £40 £160 £1,280 £1,920
Total £75 £300 £2,400 £3,600

 

*Numbeo.com, 2016

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