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Fees and funding

Tuition fees are payable for each year of your course at the start of the academic year, or at the start of your course, if later. Fees will normally rise for each year of your course in line with inflation. They do not stay the same as the year in which you started.

Course fees 2020-21

Course Status Full-time fee (£) Part-time fee (£)
Taught postgraduate students Home/EU

(MA) 9,460

(Dip) 8,570

(MA) 4,730

(Dip) 4,285

Taught postgraduate students Band 1 courses Overseas

(MA) 21,280

(Dip) 19,920

(MA) 10,640

(Dip) 9,960

Research postgraduate Home/EU 4,425 2,665
Research postgraduate students Band 1 Overseas 18,800 11,280

Bursaries and scholarships

We have an excellent track record of securing funding for our postgraduate research students. Our students have also been successful in obtaining travel grants and short-term fellowships from a number of external organisations.

Research Students

Please visit our Research Students webpages for details of funding available for the PhD in History of Art.

MA Students

Please visit the Academic Offices's page about Postgraduate Loans for Masters Courses for information on available funding schemes.

Related links

  • See funding without full funding for further ways in which you can support your studies financially.
  • To apply for a place on one of our postgraduate programmes, you will need to apply online. If you are applying for a research degree, please ensure that you visit our Research Degrees webpages for guidance prior to submitting your application.