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Undergraduate Tuition Fees

These are the tuition fees charged per year for undergraduate courses including BA, BSc, Foundation Degree and Integrated Masters.

Whether you're charged the Home/EU or International tuition fee depends on your fee status.


Funding your tuition fees and living costs

How you'll 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.


2020/21 Home/EU tuition fees

Most full-time students would be charged the following tuition fees. Part-time fees are pro-rata to the full-time fees.

New students

Students starting their course in 2020/21£9,250 

Continuing students who started their course in 2017, 2018 or 2019

Continuing students£9,250
Sandwich (work placement) year£1,850

ERASMUS or outgoing study abroad year

£1,385, unless there are changes to government or ERASMUS policy
Repeating units, transferred course or returning to study after taking time out.Contact your Programme Administrator

Continuing students who started their course between 2012 and 2016 inclusive

Continuing students£9,000
Repeating units, transferred course or returning to study after taking time outContact your Programme Administrator

2020/21 International tuition fees

Note that the following tuition fees are for the 2020/21 academic year only, and may increase by up to 5% in subsequent years of a student’s course.

Students starting a course in 2020£22,920
Students who started in 2019£20,530
Students who started in 2018£20,530
Students who started in 2017£19,730
Students who started in 2016£19,540
Students who started in 2015£18,460
ERASMUS or outgoing study abroad year20% of the standard fee rate in the relevant row above
Sandwich (work placement) year20% of the standard fee rate in the relevant row above
Repeating units, transferred course or returning to study after taking time out.Contact your Programme Administrator

2020/21 Islands tuition fees

Students from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man are charged at the same rate as Home/EU fee status students if they're being funded by their island’s authority for higher education.

If you're not being funded by your island’s authority for higher education, your fee status will be assessed by the University. Depending on the outcome of the fee status assessment, you may be charged either the Home/EU or International fees, .

See the UKCISA website for more detailed information.


2019/20 Home/EU tuition fees

Most full-time students would be charged the following tuition fees. Part-time fees are pro-rata to the full-time fees.

New students

Students starting their course in 2019/20£9,250 

Continuing students who started their course in 2017 or 2018

Continuing students£9,250
Sandwich (work placement) year£1,850

ERASMUS or outgoing study abroad year

£1,385, unless there are changes to government or ERASMUS policy
Repeating units, transferred course or returning to study after taking time out.Contact your Programme Administrator

Continuing students who started their course between 2012 and 2016 inclusive

Continuing students£9,000
Sandwich (work placement) year£1,800
ERASMUS or outgoing study abroad year£1,350, unless there are changes to government or ERASMUS policy
Repeating units, transferred course or returning to study after taking time outContact your Programme Administrator

2019/20 International tuition fees

Note that the following tuition fees are for the 2019/20 academic year only, and may increase by up to 5% in subsequent years of a student’s course.

Students starting a course in 2019£19,930
Students who started in 2018£19,930
Students who started in 2017£19,160
Students who started in 2016£18,970
Students who started in 2015£17,920
Students who started in 2014£17,310
ERASMUS or outgoing study abroad year20% of the standard fee rate in the relevant row above
Sandwich (work placement) year20% of the standard fee rate in the relevant row above
Repeating units, transferred course or returning to study after taking time out.Contact your Programme Administrator

2019/20 Islands tuition fees

Students from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man are charged at the same rate as Home/EU fee status students if they're being funded by their island’s authority for higher education.

If you're not being funded by your island’s authority for higher education, your fee status will be assessed by the University. Depending on the outcome of the fee status assessment, you may be charged either the Home/EU or International fees, .

See the UKCISA website for more detailed information.