Tuition fees and living costs
To gain a UK student visa, applicants must show that they have enough funds for both academic costs and living expenses. Our offer letters state the annual tuition fee and a monthly allowance for living expenses.
Tuition fees for international students
Tuition fees for international students can be found on the course pages of our Undergraduate website.
Tuition fees for international students can be found on the course pages of our Postgraduate Taught website.
Tuition fees for international students can be found on the course pages of our Postgraduate Reseach website.
Please note that the prices listed are subject to change as we work to ensure an outstanding student experience. Our current policy is to increase tuition fees in each year of study. We will confirm our fees and any changes that will apply during your course on our student fees page.
If we make you an offer of a place, we will confirm your fees in writing via email. For those studying for more than one year, our fees are expected to increase modestly in line with Consumer Price Inflation measured in December each year. More information can be found on our Student Finance webpages.
In addition to the cost of tuition fees, when you apply for your visa you will also need to provide evidence that you can afford living expenses of at least £1,023 per month for 9 months, i.e. a minimum of £9,207 (the actual amount spent may differ according to your needs).
These costs are an estimate and actual costs will vary according to your type of accommodation and lifestyle. For further details of the cost of living in the South West, please see the International Students’ Guide and the Accommodation website.
Some departments provide partial scholarships to international students and you are advised to check the Funding website.
The Career Zone, our on-campus job shop in Exeter and Cornwall, provides assistance with finding part-time work where this is permissible.