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4.2 Student Fees (applicable in the academic year 2013-2014)

Annual fees cover charges for registration, tuition and examination (but not re-examination) and, in the case of categories 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 below, include a contribution towards the cost of student amenities. They do not include fees for accommodation, meals and certain other miscellaneous items. On degrees including a mandatory year in industry a reduced fee is payable. All fees are due in full at the start of the academic year/course. Fees will normally rise for each year of your course in line with inflation as determined by the University. Fees do not stay the same as the year in which you started. Details on how to pay fees can be found on the Student Finance pages at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/academicoffice/finance/. In the academic year 2013-14, the University will charge new Home (UK) and EU students tuition fees of £9,000 for all full-time undergraduate courses (with the exception of 2+2 courses).

  1. Full-Time Students

    1. Home and EU students

      Undergraduate students first registered on or after 1 October 2012 (except 2+2 students)

      £9000
      Undergraduate students first registered on or after October 2006 (except 2+2 students) £3465
      Undergraduate students first registered before 2006 £1380
      2+2 students first registered on or after 1 October 2012 £6000
      2+2 students first registered before 1 October 2012 £1380

      All Channel Island students first registered on or after 1 October 2012 will be charged fees at the

      Overseas rate relevant to their course. Please see the section for Overseas students from non - EU countries below.

      Channel Island students first registered before 1 October 2012:

      Channel Islands, Isle of Man Band A

      First registered before 1 October 2012 £24300

      Channel Islands, Isle of Man Band B

      First registered before 1 October 2012 £10930

      Channel Islands, Isle of Man Band C

      First registered before 1 October 2012

      £8606

      Channel Islands, Isle of Man Band D

      First registered before 1 October 2012 £6860
      Undergraduate EU Visiting Student £9000


      Postgraduate degrees and diplomas  
      Taught postgraduate degrees unless fee quoted separately below £6740
      Research postgraduate degrees unless fee quoted separately below £3900
      PGCE Mainstream and Schools Direct non-salaried routes £9000
      PGCE Schools Direct Salaried route - employment based learning PGCE 1 Year £2000
      MA Education Masters excluding PGCE net of Education discount of £890 for the year £5850
      All WMG Masters Programmes £10500
      MSc Food & Environmental Safety £8445
      Graduate entry MBCHB first registered on or after 1 September 2012 £9000
      Graduate entry MBCHB students first registered before 1 September 2012 £3465
      MSc Public Health, Health Sciences (all variants) and Health Services Management £8730
      MSc in Child Health £8730
      MSc Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery £8730
      MSc Diabetes and Diabetes (Paediatrics) £8730
      MA Research Methods in Health Sciences £8730
      MSc Medical Leadership ( 3 year course £5,000 pa) £15900
      MSc Behavioural and Economic Science (Science track) £14490
      Diploma in Orthodontic Therapy £12000
      Supervised Dental Clinical Training with intergrated MSc £39870
      MA/MSc in Philosophy and Ethics of Mental Health ( 2 year route) £7750
      MRes Economics by Research Year 1 Fees (Year 2 Fees will be Research Level fee expected £3936 for 2014-15) £17955
      MSc Economics £14490
      MSc Economics and Industrial Organisation £14490
      MSc Economics and International Financial Economics £14490
      MSc Economics of Public Policy £14490
      MSc Behavioural and Economic Science (Economics track) £14490
      Diploma in Economics £10395
      MA Digital Media and Culture £7360
      Master of Business Administration FT (MBA) £31500
      MSc Financial Economics £28950
      MSc Financial Mathematics £28950
      MSc Finance £28950
      MSc Finance with Behavioural Science £28950
      MSc Finance & Information Technology £28950
      MSc Accounting & Finance £28950
      MSc Information Systems Management & Innovation

      £23500

      MSc Marketing & Strategy £23500
      MSc Business Analytics & Consulting £23500
      MSc Management £23500
      MA Industrial Relations & Managing Human Resources £21000
      MSc Business - Business Consulting, Behavioural Science, Marketing, Finance & Accounting, Organisation Science, Human Resources Management £23500
      MA Globalisation and Development £9415
      MA International Relations and MA International Security £9415
      MA International Political Economy, International Politics and Europe and MA Public Policy £9415
      MA International Politics & East Asia £9415
      MA Coaching £7100
      MA Careers Education, Information & Guidance in HE £5483
      MA Career Development & Coaching Studies £6740
      MA Management of the Student Work Experience £6740
      MSc Complex Systems Science (Erasmus Mundus) fee in EUROS 4000 EUROS
      MA International Performance Research £7210
    2. Overseas students from non-EU countries

      Undergraduate degrees:  
      Band 1 courses* first registered on or after 1 October 2012 £14420
      Band 1 courses* first registered before 1 October 2012 £13650
      Band 2 courses * first registered on or after 1 October 2012 £18390
      Band 2 courses * first registered before 1 October 2012 £17720
      Non -EU Visiting students Band 1 £14420
      Non-EU Visiting students Band 2 £18390
      Postgraduate Taught degrees and diplomas:  
      Postgraduate Taught degrees (Classroom-based programmes) unless fee quoted separately below £15190
      Postgraduate Taught degrees (Laboratory-based programmes) unless fee quoted separately below £19400
      Postgraduate Research degrees (Classroom-based programmes) unless fee quoted separately below £13420
      Postgraduate Research degrees (Laboratory-based programmes) unless fee quoted separately below £17130
      PGCE £16000
      MA Education Masters excluding PGCE net of Education discount of £1770 for the year £13420
      4 Year Graduate entry MBCHB Degree Year 1 £16840
      4 Year Graduate entry MBCHB Degree Years 2-4 £29340
      MSc Public Health, Health Sciences (all variants) and Health Services Management £19395
      MSc in Child Health £19395
      MSc Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery £19395
      MSc Diabetes and Diabetes (Paediatrics) £19395
      MA Research Methods in Health Sciences £19395
      Supervised Dental Clinical Training with an integrated MSc £39870
      MSc Philosophy & Ethics of Mental Health £13770
      MRes Economics by Research Year 1 Fees (Year 2 Fees will be Research Level fee expected £3936 for 2014-15) £17955
      MSc Economics £17955
      MSc Economics and Industrial Organisation £17955
      MSc Economics and International Financial Economics £17955
      MSc Economics of Public Policy £17955
      MSc Behavioural and Economic Science (Economics track) £17955
      MSc Behavioural and Economic Science (Science track) £17955
      Diploma in Economics £13545
      MA Digital Media and Culture £15810
      Master of Business Administration FT (MBA) £31500
      MSc Financial Economics £28950
      MSc Financial Mathematics £28950
      MSc Finance £28950
      MSc Accounting & Finance £28950
      MSc Finance with Behavioural Science £28950
      MSc Finance & Information Technology £28950
      MSc Information Systems Management & Innovation £23500
      MSc Marketing & Strategy £23500
      MSc Business Analystics & Consulting £23500
      MSc Business - Business Consulting, Behavioural Science, Marketing, Finance & Accounting, Organisation Science, Human Resources Management £23500
      MSc Management £23500
      MA Industrial Relations & Managing Human Resources £21000
      MA Globalisation and Development £15414
      MA International Relations and MA International Security £15414
      MA International Political Economy, MA International Politics and Europe and MA Public Policy £15414
      MA International Politics & East Asia £15414
      MA Coaching £16000
      MSc Complex Systems Science (Erasmus Mundus) fee in EUROS 8000 EUROS
      MA International Performance Reserach (Erasmus Mundus) £15500

    *Band 1 courses are those in Humanities (excluding Theatre and Performance Studies), Education degrees and Social Science degrees(excluding Warwick Business School and the Department of Economics).

    *Band 2 courses are Theatre and Performance Studies, degrees in the Department of Economics (including Philosophy, Politics and Economics), Warwick Business School degrees, and Science degrees including those in the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics, and the joint degrees in Mathematics and Physics.

    Ovrease students in the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics first registered at the University in 2012/13 or prior years will continue to pay Band 1 fees for the remainder of their course.

     

  2. Part-Time Students

    1. Undergraduates

      Students first registered on or after 1 October 2012 fee per 30 CAT module £1500
      Students first registered before 1 October 2012 fee per 30 CAT module £423
      FD Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy first registered on or after 1 October 2012 £6000
      FD Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy first registered before 1 October 2012 £2100
      BA Top up student first registered before 1 October 2012 £375
      BA Top up student first registered on or after 1 October 2012 £750
      Advanced Diploma in Cognotive Behavioural Practice for Person-Centered Therapists -30 CATS £1500
      Advanced Diploma in Cognotive Behavioural Practice for Person-Centered Therapists -CPD variant and students first registered at the University prior to 2012/13 academic year £750
    2. ITT Courses

      DTLL Diploma in Education & Training (University of Warwick)- 60 credits £3000

      DTLL Diploma in Teaching (Numeracy, Literacy, Teavhing Disabled Learners) - 45 credits

      £2250
      Certificate in Education & Training £950
      Diploma in Teaching Functional English - 30 credits £1500
    3. Postgraduate Degrees and Diplomas

      Registration as a part-time candidate for a postgraduate degree or diploma is normally permitted only where the candidate is able to satisfy the Senate that, by virtue of being engaged in paid employment or in some activity other than work for the higher degree for a significant part of the working week, he or she is able to study only on a part-time basis.

      Home taught postgraduate degrees unless fees quoted separately below £3370
      Home research postgraduate degrees unless fees quoted separately below £2340
      Overseas Classroom based research postgraduate degrees unless fees quoted separately below £8052
      Overseas Laboratory based research postgraduate degrees unless fees quoted separately below £10278
      Overseas Classroom based taught degrees unless fees quoted separately below £7595
      Overseas Laboratory based taught degrees unless fees quoted separately below £9700


      Distance Learning MBA Home and Overseas students £6950
      Executive MBA Home and Overseas students £11000
      Global Energy MBA Home and Overseas students £11500
      MSc Public Leadership & Management Masters Top Up £4700
      Warwick Diploma in Applied Management £8500
      PGA Leading Operations & Porcess Management in the Servcie Sector £1750
      Advanced Teaching of Shakespeare - Applying the RSC/Warwick Model to Learning and Performance - module fee £495
      The Essentials of Teaching Shakespeare in the Classroom/The Essentials of Staging and Performing Shakespeare with children and young people - module fees £1995
      MA Advanced Teaching of Shakespeare - dissertation module £1750
      Postgraduate certificate in Teaching Shakespeare £1125
      Home MA Digital Media and Culture £3680
      Overseas MA Digital Media and Culture

      £7905

      Home MA International Relations £4708
      Overseas MA International Relations £7707
      Home MA International Political Economy and MA Public Policy £4708
      Overseas MA International Political Economy and MA Public Policy £7707
      Home MA International Politics & Europe £4708
      Overseas Ma International Politics & Europe £7707
      Home MA International Politics & East Asia £4708
      Overseas Ma International Politics & East Asia £7707
      Home MA International Security £4708
      Overseas MA International Security £7707
      Home MA Globalisation & Development

      £4708

      Overseas MA Golbalisation & Development £7707
      MA Theatre Consultancy Year 1 Home/EU students (includes 3 residential modules) £5158
      MA Theatre Consultancy Year 1 Overseas students (includes 3 residential modules) £9393
      MA Theatre Consultancy Year 2 Home/EU students (includes 1 residential module) £3966
      MA Theatre Consultancy Year 2 Overseas students (includes 1 residential module) £8191
      PG Diploma Intercultural Communication Home/EU 2 Terms £4500
      PG Diploma Intercultural Communication Overseas 2 Terms £10130
      PG Diploma in Food & Environmental Safety (120 CATS) £5760
      PG Certificate in Food & Environmental Safety (60 CATS) £2790
      Food & Environmental Safety Project dissertation/work placement (60 CATS) £2685


      Certificate in  
      Pre sessional English courses 5 week fee excluding accommodation costs

      £1350

      Intensive Course in Engliash fee per term £3190

    4. Postgraduate Modular Programmes

      IGDS (Associated Partner Fee) £wmg
      IGDS (Care Partner Fee) £wmg
      Home/EU Health in the Community Postgraduate Awards £970 per module
      Home PGAs in Education (30 CATS) fee net of Education discounts £975 per module

      Home MA/MSc Philosophy and Ethics of Mental Health

      £970 per module
      £1940 per dissertation

      Overseas MA/MSc Philosophy and Ethics of Mental Health

      £1650 per module x 6
      £3870 per dissertation

    5. Other Postgraduate Programmes

      MSc Health Service Management Home £970 per module
      MSc Health Service Management Overseas £2155 per module
      MSc Health Sciences Home £970 per module
      MSc Health Sciences Overseas £2155 per module
      MSc Public Health Home £970 per module
      MSc Public Health Overseas £2155 per module
      MSc Diabetes and MSc Diabetes (Paediatrics) Home £970 per module
      MSc Diabetes and MSc Diabetes (Paediatrics) Overseas £2155 per module
      MSc Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery Home £970 per module
      MSc Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery Overseas £2155 per module
      Certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice for Health Care Professionals - Home students £2910
      Masters in Medical Education Home £970 per module
      Masters in Medical Education Overseas £2155 per module
      MSc Implant Dentistry/Orthodontics/Endodontics Home 3 Years PT - First Year Endodontics students will pay an additional £900 towards materials) £9170 per annum
      MSc Implant Dentistry/Orthodontics/Endodontics Overseas 3 Years PT - First Year Endodontics students will pay an additional £900 towards materials) £9170 per annum
      Certificate in Oral Surgery £9170

  3. Bench Fees


    In the case of students registered full-time for certain postgraduate programmes and research degrees a bench fee may be charged, at the discretion of the admitting department.

  4. Period of Study away from the University

    For any period during which a full-time candidate for a higher degree is permitted to study in any place other than the University, the appropriate full-time fee will be payable, but this may be adjusted in individual cases to take account of any fees which a student is required to pay to any other institution. Half Fees are payable during periods of intercalated/mandatory study away from the University, with the exception of students on the Erasmus progamme, who pay no fees for their full year period of study abroad.

  5. Visiting Students

    The University is prepared to admit students who wish to spend a period of study (usually one year full-time) at the University without being registered for a programme leading to a degree or diploma awarded by the University.

    1. Junior Year Abroad Students

      Full year Band 1*courses: £14420
      Wisconsin JYA £10815
      Venice Semester within full year’s study

      £20188

      Venice Autumn Semester £10094
      Autumn Semester (10 weeks) £4807
      Spring Semester (20 weeks)

      £9613

      Full year Band 2* courses: £18390
      Wisconsin JYA £13793
      Venice Semester within full year’s study £25746
      Venice Autumn Semester £12873
      Autumn Semester (10 weeks) £6130
      Spring Semester (20 weeks) £12260
    2. Japanese Junior Year Abroad Students

      Waseda University £11962
      Kansai University £10790
    3. Other students

      Fees are charged as under (1) -(3) above.

  6. Other Study Programmes


    Suspended re-registration £wbs
    Split registration £wbs
    Resits (per subject) £wbs


    Higher Education Foundation Programme £14420
  7. Miscellaneous Fees

    1. Re-examination fees

      1. Higher degrees (including staff)
        (A) Research thesis £167
        (B) MA/MEd/MSc by examination and dissertation £73
      2. MPhil thesis re-examination
        On the recommendation of MPhil examiners that an MPhil thesis be submitted for re-examination for the degree or PhD, a third examiner shall be appointed and the candidate charged: £167
      3. First degrees
        (A) Undergraduates taking one or more examinations in June without residence during the session £68
        (B) Undergraduates taking one or more papers in September £68
        (C) Practice of Teaching £78
      4. Abroad
        One or more re-sit examinations abroad (excl. DL/MBA) £161
    2. Members of staff registered for part-time Higher Degrees

      Examination Fee only £167
      PhD by Published Works £700
    3. Higher Doctorates

      Examination Fee £836
    4. Non-Members of the University

      1. Attendance only
        One term course £tbn
        20 week course £tbn
        (Permanent residents of Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull)
      2. Attendance, tuition and examination
        (A) For one or two hours’ attendance at classes per week £tbn
        (B) For three to seven hours’ attendance per week £tbn
      3. Non-members attending classes for more than 7 hours per week will be registered and charged fees as visiting students (see (6))
      4. PhD by Published Works
        Home students £3900
        Overseas students Classroom Based Degrees £13420
        Overseas students Laboratory Based Degrees £17130
    5. Undergraduate tuition fees

      Any students who have paid their tuition fees and subsequently withdrawn may be entitled to a refund calculated on the following basis.

      1. Students who withdraw within the first two weeks of the academic year will be entitled to a full refund of the sum they have paid.
      2. For students withdrawing after week 2 of the first term, the full policy for students withdrawing can be found at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/academicoffice/finance/whatyouneedtopay/tuition/ugwithdrawalpolicy/
      3. If a sponsor has paid fees on behalf of a student who subsequently withdraws, and a refund is due, this refund will be paid to the sponsor.
    6. Postgraduate tuition fees

      Fees for postgraduates registered for research degrees or taught courses with a specified period of study will be calculated on the basis of the number of months of registration during an academic year. For this purpose part of a calendar month will be counted as a full calendar month, so for example a postgraduate student withdrawing within one calendar month of registration would be charged one-twelfth of the annual fee.

      There are two exceptions to the above:

      1. Where fees are charged annually but a course is fully modular (e.g. PGME), fees will be charged for the number of modules a student has attended in the academic year prior to withdrawal. Students will be charged for each module they have started prior to withdrawal.
      2. Where fees are charged on a modular basis, students will be charged for the number of modules attended in the academic year prior to withdrawal. Students will be charged for a complete module for each module they have started prior to their withdrawal.
      3. Part-time MBA students within Warwick Business School will be charged a fee proportionate to the number of modules included within the year of study in which they withdraw. Students will be charged for all modules started within the year.
    7. Other miscellaneous fees

      Extension postgraduate students:

      Research Students

      No extension fee for first six months.
      No extension fee for second six months provided that an application for an extension is made (otherwise £50).
      Any extension over 12 months

       

      £120

      Taught Students

      Any extension up to 12 months £78
      MBA full-time application fee £wbs

     

£tbn = to be notified
£wbs = contact Warwick Business School for details
£wmg = contact Warwick Manufacturing Group for details