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    There are a number of ways to help cover the costs of your master's degree

Fees and funding

There are a number of bursaries, loans and discounts available to help fund your master's study. ​All students interested in studying one of our master's courses are eligible to apply for funding.

Postgraduate fees

The fees for our Master's courses in 2021/22 are:

  1. New UK/Republic of Ireland students: £8,100 per year
  2. New international students: £17,100 per year

The fees listed are for full-time study, unless otherwise stated, and relate to courses starting in September 2021. Fee information will be confirmed in offer letters sent out to successful applicants. You can find further information, including information for part-time study, through our dedicated fees and funding page.

The fees for our MSc Economics and Finance in 2021/22 are:

  1. New UK/Republic of Ireland students: £17,300 per year
  2. New international students: £24,900 per year

Alumni discount

If you've previously completed a degree with us, you'll automatically receive our alumni discount (£1,500 off the cost of your tuition fees).

Master's Scholarships 2021

Find out more about scholarships, discounts and postgraduate funding.

Postgraduate student loans for Masters degrees in the UK

If you are a resident in England or EU student, you may be eligible for a loan of up to £10,000 to study a master's degree. Find out more on the FindAMasters website.

Career development loan

UK applicants can apply for a government-sponsored career development loan, provided by a participating bank, borrowing between £300 and £10,000. Interest is suspended for the duration of your studies, with the loan repaid normally following graduation.

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