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 2012/13 academic year.
Fees for full-time study (per annum)
Fees for part-time study (per annum)
For full time UK/EU students the fee range is £3,828-£8,828 per annum 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 £3,828 per annum and for Overseas students £13,990 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.
Bench fee levels remain the same for MSc (Research) in 2012/13 as in 2011/12.
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.
Deadline for applications:
7th May at 1700
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