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Undergraduate fees are regulated by the UK Government. From September 2017, in meeting the expectations of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the University of Westminster has been able to charge the Higher Fee Rate of £9,250 a year for all new students.
The £9,250 tuition only affects students who started from September 2017 and does not affect students who entered before that time who will continue to pay £9,000 a year for the duration of their studies.
EU student tuition fee guarantee for 2018/19 and 2019/20
Following the 2016 EU referendum result and subsequent formal notification of the UK's exit from the European Union, the UK Government has confirmed that EU students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, master’s, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in the academic years 2018/19 and 2019/20.
The announcement means EU students applying for an undergraduate or master’s course at the University of Westminster starting in both the 2018/19 and 2019/20 academic years will continue to have access to student loans and grants beyond the UK's expected European Union exit date, and for the duration of their studies.
EU students are eligible for home fee status, which means they are charged the same tuition fees as UK students.
EU nationals will also remain eligible to apply for Research Council PhD studentships at UK institutions for 2018 to 2019 to help cover costs for the duration of their studies.
General information on variation of fees for all students
In accordance with our terms and conditions, the University of Westminster reserves the right to increase tuition fees for all students in line with changes in the UK inflation rate (RPI). Changes to the tuition fee will only ever be made in response to the increased costs of course delivery and all applicants and current students can expect to be notified of an increase at the earliest opportunity. When a change in tuition fee level is announced, the increase will always be made at the beginning of an academic year and would ordinarily only affect new entrants.