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Course fees and living costs


How much will my course cost?

The tuition fee for your course will vary depending on which level you want to study - whether this is pre-sessional, foundation undergraduate or postgraduate.

The cost can also depend on which course you want to study. For example, some of our postgraduate courses vary in price. See our table below for our tuition fee costs for September 2019 and January 2020:

Course Annual Tuition Fees
(Non-EU)
Annual Tuition Fees
(EU)
 Pre-sessional five weeks   £1,150  £1,150
 Pre-sessional 10 weeks   £2,300  £2,300
 Foundation   £11,000  £9,250
Undergraduate (most courses) £12,000  £9,250
Postgraduate (most courses) £13,000 to £14,000 £5,950 to £7,500
Research £12,000 £4,260 
Part-time courses 


Fees for part-time courses are usually a proportion of the full-time fee depending on the number of modules you want to study. To check the fee for a particular course, search for your course in our online prospectus and click on the Fees & Funding tab.

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Funding your course

There are ways you may be able to fund your course. Here are a few options:

  • Gain sponsorship from a Government body in your country
  • Apply for a Commonwealth or Chevening Scholarship
  • A Leeds Beckett Scholarship to cover some of your course fees

Find out more by visiting our Scholarships page.

If you are from the EU you may be able to apply for a loan to cover the cost of your undergraduate or postgraduate course. Find out more by visiting our EU financing your studies page.

Paying your course fees

If you are offered a place on a course, your offer letter will contain details of your tuition fees. If you are from outside the EU, you will need to pay a minimum of 50% of your fees before you start your course.

If you require a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number to obtain a UK visa to study in the UK before a CAS number can be issued to you, you will need to:

  1. Pay a minimum of 50% of your first-year tuition fees to Leeds Beckett University,
    or
    send a copy of your official sponsor letter to cas@leedsbeckett.ac.uk Sponsored students are usually sponsored by a government, employer or another official organisation. You are not a sponsored student if a family member or friend is providing you with financial assistance.
  2. Pay the remainder of your course fees within three months of starting your course.

Alumni discount

A 10% discount on your first-year tuition fee is available if you have graduated with a Leeds Beckett undergraduate degree and register for one of our postgraduate courses.

To find out whether you are eligible for this discount, please read our conditions for further information and contact fees@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.

Annual living costs

In addition to tuition fees, we recommend that you budget to cover other costs, including accommodation, food, transport and social activities. Please see below guidance for further information.

Tuition Fees: £10,500*

Living expenses (including accommodation): £9,135†

Total (approximate): £19,635†

*Fees shown based on undergraduate study for September 2017

†Living expenses are estimated and dependent on your lifestyle

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