Fees and Funding
The information on this page is for overseas students from outside the EU; tuition fees and scholarship information for students from the EU is available.
For new students entering in 2018-19 we guarantee that your course tuition fees will not rise by more than 4% per annum over the standard time required to complete your scheme of study.
Undergraduate eg BSc, BEng, BA, BBA
The tuition fees paid by overseas students for undergraduate courses are in three main bands and depend on the subject area.
Scholarships for Undergraduate study
University funding for scholarships is limited. Most scholarships take the form of a partial tuition fee reduction. Scholarships are awarded by academic departments. Please check the website of the academic department that you are interested in applying to.
Postgraduate eg MSc, MA, PhD, MPhil
The tuition fees for postgraduate study depend on your specific course and your subject area.
The latest Postgraduate Taught fees.
The latest Postgraduate Research fees.
Scholarships for Postgraduate study
University funding for scholarships is limited, and most scholarships take the form of a partial tuition fee reduction. Please see the postgraduate fees and funding website for more information.
We also offer a range of scholarships awarded directly through our faculties and departments. Follow the links below for further information:
- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Science & Technology
- Faculty of Health & Medicine
- Management School
You should also research sources of funding from organisations such as the British Council and other institutions in your home country.
As Lancaster is a campus university and is located in the North West of England it has a lower cost of living than many other places in the UK. How much you will spend depends on the lifestyle you wish to lead. However we recommend that you use the link below to help with your budgeting plans.
Please note when you apply for a visa to study in the UK, the UK government will require you to have a minimum level of money to cover living expenses in addition to your tuition fees.