Undergraduate Tuition Fees
These are the tuition fees charged per year for undergraduate courses including BA, BSc, Foundation Degree and Integrated Masters.
Whether a student is charged the Home/EU or International tuition fee depends on their fee status.
Tuition fees for 2018/19
- Students with Home/EU fee status who start a full-time course in 2018/19 will be charged £9,250.
- Students with Home/EU fee status who were charged £9,250 in 2017/18 and who will be continuing their full-time course in 2018/19 will be charged £9,250.
- Students with Home/EU fee status who were charged £9,000 in 2017/18 and who will be continuing their full-time course in 2018/19 will be charged £9,000.
Tuition fees for students with other circumstances, including those with International fee status, will appear here immediately after they have been confirmed.
Tuition fees for 2017/18
The following tuition fees apply to students studying in the 2017/18 academic year.
Most students would be charged the following tuition fees:
|Full-time students who started their course in 2017||£9,250, subject to an inflationary adjustment in subsequent years of a student’s course, where government legislation permits|
|Full-time students who started their current course in 2014, 2015 or 2016||£9,000|
|Full-time students who completed a FdA at UAL in 2016 and who started a BA Top-up in 2017||£9,000|
|Part-time students||Pro rata to full-time students|
However, in the following circumstances, the tuition fee can vary from those shown above:
|Students on a sandwich (work placement) year, whose course started in 2014, 2015 or 2016||£1,800|
|Students on an ERASMUS or study exchange year outside the UK, whose course started in September 2014, 2015 or 2016||£1,350|
|Students who will be repeating units, students who have transferred course and students who will be returning to their course after taking time out||Contact your Programme Administrator|
Note that the following tuition fees are for the 2017-18 academic year only, and are subject to an inflationary adjustment (of up to a maximum of a 5% increase) in subsequent years of a student’s course.
|Students starting a course in 2017||£17,920|
|Students who started in September 2016||£17,750|
|Students who started in September 2015||£16,760|
|Students who started in September 2014||£16,230|
|Students on a sandwich (work placement) year||20% of the amount in the relevant row above|
|Students on an ERASMUS or study exchange year outside the UK||The same as the relevant row above|
Students from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man are charged at the same rate as Home/EU fee status students (see above) if they are being funded by their island’s authority for higher education.
Students who are not being funded by their island’s authority for higher education will have their fee status assessed by the University, and may be charged either the Home/EU or International fees, depending on the outcome of the fee status assessment.
See the UKCISA website for more detailed information.
Funding your tuition fees and living costs
How a student will pay for a course and fund the other costs related to studying are important to consider. See our example living costs to get an idea of how your living costs might look while studying at UAL.
- Home/EU fee status students can find information about loans, grants, scholarships and bursaries on the Undergraduate Funding pages.
- International fee status students can find information on our International Fees and Money pages.
The Student Advice Service is available to provide further information and support on financial matters related to your course.