All postgraduate research students from the EU who qualify as home students under the current rules will continue to have home fee status when starting a course in 2017-18. As a result EU students starting in 2017-18 will be eligible to apply for research council funding support for the duration of their course, even if the course concludes after the UK has left the EU.
This is in addition to the news that undergraduate and postgraduate taught EU students starting in 2017-18 will continue to be eligible for the relevant student loans and grants and will be for the duration of their course.
The fee status of EU students in future years may be affected by UK Government policy following the outcome of any negotiations regarding the UK’s proposed exit from the European Union. For the latest information please see our EU referendum pages
Important information about Undergraduate tuition fees
The Government has recently announced changes to allow undergraduate tuition fees to rise in line with inflation from the start of 2017-18 academic year.
If you are a current UK/EU student
Tuition fees will remain at £9,000 for the duration of your course, in line with the offer that you received from the University.
If you are a new UK/EU entrant starting from 2017
- The tuition fees for the first year of your course will be £9,250.
- The University reserves the right to increase tuition fees by inflation (RPI excluding mortgage interest payments) as permitted by law or Government policy in the second and subsequent years of your course. If we intend to exercise this right to increase tuition fees, we will let you know by the end of June in the academic year before the one in which we intend to exercise that right.
- The University in addition reserves the right to increase tuition fees to the maximum permitted by law or Government policy where this exceeds the rate of inflation. If we intend to exercise this right to increase tuition fees, we will let you know by the end of June in the academic year before the one in which we intend to exercise that right.
If you have accepted a place for 2016 entry but apply after 8 August 2016 to defer entry until 2017, please note that the fee position for new UK and EU entrants from 2017 as set out above will apply to you.
2017/18 fee tables
Older fee tables
The University of Nottingham’s 2017/18 fee regulations define:
- the categories of fees
- what the fees cover
- how fees should be paid
- what happens if fees are not paid
- other fees, such as re-examination fees and administrative charges
Regulations for fees and other sums due to the University
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For details about who to contact for queries regarding student tuition fees and financial support, please visit the Student Finance contact us page.