Undergraduate tuition fees

Undergraduate tuition fees 2017-18

The tuition fees on this page are for new and continuing undergraduate Home and EU students. 

If you commenced your programme before September 2012, you may be eligible for a lower fee. Please contact us for further information. 

Fees for Medway School of Pharmacy students can be viewed here.

The information on this page is also available to download in PDF format.

University of Greenwich main campuses

Tuition fees  Full-time fees Part-time fees
Honours degrees
Including  MArch (Part 2) and Diploma in Landscape Architecture
£9,250 Pro-rata full-time fee
Exceptions

Initial Teacher Training Programmes (PCE, PGCE, School Direct PGCE) £9,250 N/A

MPharm

£9,250 Pro-rata full-time fee
HNDs, HNCs and Foundation degrees  £6,165 Pro-rata full-time fee




Exceptions

FdSc Assistant Health and Social Care Practitioner £5,000N/A
FdSc Nurse Associate£5,000N/A
Sandwich placement year  £1,000 (This rate does not include the LLB Hons Sandwich programme where the sandwich part is a study-abroad year and is not a placement. Students who are interested in the LLB Hons Sandwich programme should consult the information for the study-abroad year in the Erasmus section below)
Erasmus
For certain study-abroad and Erasmus students who commenced programmes from 1 September 2012 onwards, please contact Student Finance for further information on the fee rates under these schemes and which programmes qualify.
Part-time exceptions

PCE & PGCE Lifelong Learning/Distance Learning ProgrammesN/A£1,540 per 30 credits
BSc Hons Occupational Safety, Health & Environment (Distance Learning)N/A£1,810 per 30 credits
Other

Retaking courses - this includes teaching practice Pro-rata full-time fee

Partner Colleges

Tuition fees  Full-time fees Part-time fees




Honours degrees £8,630 Pro-rata full-time fee
Exceptions

ESO M.Ost £9,250       N/A
Bird College £9,250 Pro-rata full-time fee
HNDs, HNCs and Foundation degrees* £6,165 Pro-rata full-time fee



Part-time exceptions

PCE & PGCE Lifelong Learning programmes studied at Network College's (Part-time and distance learning)N/A£1,155 per 30 credits
Other

Retaking courses - this includes teaching practice Pro-rata full-time fee

* This rate will also apply to year zero of an extended degree if studied at a Partner College only.

The rates above, applicable to continuing students, are subject to ratification at Finance Committee.

The university reserves the right to charge for any additional courses or credits and amend the fee due were necessary after you have completed online registration. Important information on tuition fee charging and tuition fee rates is available at the bottom of this page.

Please note

  • All full-time fees quoted are based on a standard 120-credit programme of study, unless stated otherwise.
  • For full-time undergraduates, the fees shown are the current annual fee unless otherwise stated.
  • The part-time fees above only apply to students assessed to pay tuition fees at the Home and EU rate. For part-time students the maximum number of credits that can be studied in an academic year is 90.
  • All Fees above are subject to an annual fee setting exercise and will rise annually in line with the RPI-X (Retail Price Index excluding mortgage interests payments) subject to the maximum regulated fee rates set by the UK Government. The forecast used to increase fees in 2015-16 was no more than 3.34%, but this will change annually. For example if a student was paying a fee of £5,000 in 2014-15 this would have risen by 3.34% to £5,160 in 2015-16. This does not apply to students studying in the Medway School of Pharmacy, see below.
  • For Home and EU undergraduate students in the Medway School of Pharmacy assessed as paying fees at the home rate, tuition fees are subject to an annual fee setting exercise and will rise annually by no more than RPI +3% except where regulated.
  • A significant number of our undergraduate programmes for Home/EU students are charged at the current maximum allowed fee of £9,250 and thus there will be no increase for continuing students if this maximum rate continues at this level. We would only consider an increase to the fee rate for continuing students if the government were to make changes to increase the maximum variable fee rate above the current £9,250. 
  • We would only consider an increase to the fee rate for continuing students to reflect the increased cost of delivering the programme in subsequent years.
  • Fees above are subject to the university's Charging and Refund Policy
  • Students categorised as studying for an equivalent or lower qualification (ELQ) may be charged a tuition fee rate that is higher than the standard published rates.