These differ depending upon your place of normal residence, your nationality and your mode of study. Fees are revised annually, the information given below relates to the 2013/14 academic year.
Fees for full-time study (per annum)
Fees for part-time study (per annum)
For full time students the fee range is £3,900-£8,900 per annum (UK/EU) and £14,410-£19,560 per annum (Overseas) inclusive of bench fees, which are determined according to the requirements of the research project to be undertaken. The basic fee exclusive of bench fees for UK/EU students is £3,900 per annum and for Overseas students £14,410 per annum.
A project-specific bench fee of £1000, £2000, £3000, £4000 or £5000 per annum will be charged in addition to the basic fee. Applicants will be informed of the bench fee in their offer letter. In circumstances where a research project requires the use of exceptionally expensive materials, a higher bench fee may be charged.
The course is delivered through blended learning with nine face-to-face contact days over the first year and the remainder undertaken through distance learning.
UK/EU: £6,534 per annum
Standard overseas: £12,880 per annum
The scheme is modular, with a tiered-exit design providing Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma awards as appropriate for participants who do not complete all modules for the MSc.
Please see the CETAD website for the full range of short- and modular courses.
Living costs in Lancaster compare very favourably to those in other urban areas. Nevertheless, we recommend that a postgraduate student has approximately £8,500 to support themselves each year. Expenditure on accommodation, household costs, social and incidental expenses varies according to your lifestyle and personal circumstances; we suggest that you plan your budget once you have identified your preferred accommodation options, as housing costs are likely to be the principal expenditure you face.
A limited number of bursaries are available to support students, please contact the PG Admissions Office for more details. A summary of potential sources of funding for Home/EU and overseas applicants can be found on the Lancaster University financial support pages.
The Faculty of Health and Medicine is pleased to offer a number of scholarships for outstanding overseas students wishing to study on a Masters level programme.
See the information on the main page by clicking here.