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Undergraduate tuition fees are regulated by the UK Government. The University of Westminster, in meeting the expectations of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), is able to charge the Higher Fee Rate of £9,250 a year for all new students.
The £9,250 tuition applies to 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.
Calculating entire course fees from module fees
Many of our part-time course pages list tuition fees by their 20 credit module price to allow applicants to see how much each module costs. Please use the following information to calculate the whole course fee from the 20 credit module.
|Cert Ed (Diploma in Teaching in Lifelong Learning Sector (DTTLS))||120|
|Grad Dip in Law||160|
|Masters in Fine Art||240|
|BSc (Hons) with Foundation Year||480|
|BEng (Hons) with Foundation Year||480|
General information on variation of fees for all students
From September 2019, the University of Westminster operates a policy of one fee for the duration of studies. We will not increase fees for students starting in September 2019 once enrolled, meaning the fee you arrive on is the same fee you will pay for the standard duration of studies.
If for any reason you are unable to complete your studies in the standard timeframe and are required to re-enrol for a further period, your fees will be charged at the same rate as the current year, which may be higher.
Please note: Tuition fees for continuing students who joined the University before September 2019, paying the lower fee, will continue to increase in line with the RPI inflation rate.