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The Student Centre have created this comprehensive section around money, course fees, how to pay and funding information so you can find all the information you need in one place.
Tuition fees are charged on an annual basis at the start of each year of study and are subject to change annually. Some courses also have additional costs associated with them.
The fee information for your chosen course can be found on the course page on our website; search for your course online. You can also find out about what support is available to you.
Following the UK Government’s proposal to raise the statutory fee cap for undergraduate full-time UK home and EU students for 2017-18 entry, it is Bucks New University’s intention to set the tuition fees at £9,250 per year. The fees you pay may increase in subsequent years. Read more.
For tuition fees for our international students, visit our international section.
For tuition fees for degree programmes held at our partner colleges, please contact the relevant partner college directly.
We are currently in the process of updating our fees for all our other courses.
Undergraduate nursing, operating department practice and some other health-related programmes used to be fully-funded by the NHS but, from September 2017, these programmes will no longer be funded in this way. Students will pay the same fees as other undergraduate degree students.
Full details can be found on the Council of Deans of Health website.
General tuition fees for full-time undergraduate degree courses have been set at £9,000 per year for 2016-17 entry.
Specific course costs are available on course pages under the 'course details' tab. Additional study costs and charges can be found on the left hand side of the course page under 'programme details'.
All other fees for all other programmes of study can be found on the relevant course pages.
We aim to give students information in advance regarding additional charges in connection with their academic programme.
There are some programmes or individual modules that require an additional contribution towards extra costs incurred for materials, special facilities or field trips. It is worth noting that some courses have compulsory trips and others are optional. Payments can usually be made through your faculty office.
Our Student Centre staff are trained to deal with a wide range of enquiries from our students. We provide information and help on many university services. If you have any further questions you can email us or call 01494 603 020.
The Bucks Students' Union Advice Centre can also provide information and advice on a wide range of financial issues including loans, debts, budgeting and benefits.
All the information on these pages is accurate at the time of release. However, to be sure of the latest information, we suggest you also look at the Student Finance website or call them on 0300 100 0607.