Loans of up to £10,000 are available for all UK or EU students starting a masters course in Roehampton in 2016-17.
The loans, available to anyone under 60, are for all postgraduate courses (excluding online), full-time, part-time and distance learning, and for both taught and research masters courses.
Loans will be repaid on an income-contingent basis and made concurrently with undergraduate loans – with the first repayments due in 2019.
More detailed information about these new loans will be made available in early 2016. Call us if you want to find out more.
Roehampton’s postgraduate course fees sit across two bands, with the exception of the MBA programme, Therapy and Choreography Programmes - see additional information below.
Full-time (based on 180 credit programme)
2017/18 (Band 1): £9,250
2017/18 (Band 2): £7,344
2017/18 (Band 3): £5,916
Part-time (cost per 10 credits)
2017/18 (Band 1): £556
2017/18 (Band 2): £408
2017/18 (Band 3): £329
MBA programme: £13,500
See individual course pages for the appropriate Band.
2017/18 (Band 1): 240 Credit programmes: £556* cost per 10 credits
2017/18 (Band 2): 240 Credit programmes: £408* cost per 10 credits
Please note that if you are studying for a postgraduate programme that is longer than one year, the fees stated will be subject to a rise in your second year. Any changes for the following academic year will ordinarily be confirmed by 1 January. You should budget for an increase of up to 5%.
All UK, EU and international alumni holding a full undergraduate degree or postgraduate qualification, including a PGCE, and those who studied here on an exchange/study abroad programme, are entitled to 20% tuition fee discount for any higher programme of study. The discount will apply to all postgraduate programmes, including research (this excludes foundation degrees, pre-sessional and pre-masters). This will be applied to your first year of study. For further information regarding alumni discounts please contact [email protected]
Full-time 2017/18: £9,250
Some postgraduate students on teacher training courses can apply for a training bursary from the Department of Education. From 2012/13, bursaries will vary according to your degree class and the subject you train in. For the latest information, visit the Department of Education website
UK students can receive support for living costs by taking out a maintenance loan from the government via the SLC. This can be repaid, along with your tuition fee loan, if you have one, after you graduate. For full details and how to apply, visit the Gov.uk website
UK students: you are eligible to receive a loan from the government via the SLC to cover your annual tuition fees. This can be repaid, along with your maintenance loan, if you have one, after graduation. EU students: From now on, applications should go to Student Finance England - not to your local authority. For more details, visit the Gov.uk website.
If you are intending to embark on a certificate or diploma please see our fees classification table and calculate the cost by the number of credits you will be studying. For example, a Band 1 masters degree programme costs £9,800 for 180 credits. If you are only studying 60 credits the cost would be £3,270.
You can find out how many credits you will be studying on the course pages. Certificates and diplomas can be part of our postgraduate programmes or within our Professional Development and Other Courses section. For any questions, email: [email protected].
Research/Doctorate Fees for Home/EU Students
Research/Doctorate Fees for International Students
If you are intending to embark on a postgraduate research degree, we have information about funding opportunities on our research website.
See the University of Roehampton Student Fee Regulations 2016/17