New UK/EU undergraduates in 2017
The tuition fees for the first year of your course will be £9,250.
Fees may increase in later years as UK Government policy changes, but we'll always let you know by the end of June in the academic year before they do. Read a full fact sheet about these possible changes.
All EU students starting in 2017 continue to be eligible for any relevant student loans and grants for the duration of their course, even if the course ends after the UK has left the EU.
If you accepted a place for 2016 entry but applied after 8 August 2016 to defer entry to 2017, you'll pay fees as if you were a new UK/EU undergraduate in 2017.
UK/EU undergraduates starting before 2017
Tuition fees will remain at £9,000 for the duration of your course, in line with the offer that you received from us.
New EU postgraduates in 2017
All postgraduate research students who qualify as home students under the current rules will continue to do so when starting a course in 2017. These students will be able to apply for research council funding support for the duration of their course, even if the course ends after the UK has left the EU.
Taught postgraduate EU students starting in 2017 will continue to be eligible for any relevant student loans and grants for the duration of their course, just like undergraduates.
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
EU student entry 2018/19
It has now been confirmed that EU students will continue to remain elgible for undergraduate, master's, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in academic year 2018/19.
All of the information regarding loans, grants and funding for EU student 2017 entry will continue to apply for 2018 entry.
2018/19 fee tables will be available over the summer vacation.