New undergraduate students
Course fees for 2017/18 and 2018/19 entry are provided on our individual undergraduate course pages.
Foundation year fees
Foundation Years are charged at either £6,000 or £9250. Where the foundation year fee is £6,000 this applies to the foundation year only. When you progress to the undergraduate degree programme, you will be charged the standard course fee rate. For example, if you enrol on the BSc Computer Sciences with Foundation course, you will be charged £6,000 for the foundation year and then £9,250 for the following year (the first year of the degree programme). From September 2018 all foundation years will be charged at the standard undergraduate fee rate.
New postgraduate students
Our 2017/18 course fees are provided on our individual postgraduate course pages.
Continuing undergraduate and postgraduate students
If you are a continuing, full-time Home or EU undergraduate student who started your studies at Level 4 or above in 2013/14 to 2015/16, you will pay £9,000. For full-time students who started in 2012/13 please see the table below:
|Architecture and the Built Environment - Architecture||£9,000|
|Architecture and the Built Environment - except Architecture||£8,000|
|Electronics and Computer Science - except Electronic Networks and Computer Engineering||£7,500|
|Electronics and Computer Science - Electronic Networks and Computer Engineering||£8,500|
|Media, Arts and Design||£9,000|
|Social Sciences, Humanities and Languages||£7,500|
|Westminster Business School||£8,000|
If you are a continuing, full-time Home or EU undergraduate student who started prior to 2012/13, the regulated fee for 2017/18 will be £3,465.
If you are a continuing overseas undergraduate student the tuition fee will be £12,500 for 2017/18.
Continuing postgraduate students fees
Information on the fees charged for continuing postgraduate students in each Faculty can be found below:
- Architecture and the Built Environment (PDF)
- Science and Technology (PDF)
- Social Sciences and Humanities (PDF)
- Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design (PDF)
- Westminster Business School (PDF)