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International Masters Tuition Fees

Everything you need to know about International Masters fees at Northumbria University.

 

24/25 Tuition Fees Information for International Applicants

This information is for students with Overseas fees status, applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 24/25.

Tuition Fees for English Language and Qualifying Programmes

Course Full Course Fee
11 Week Summer School (June 2019) TBC
6 Week Summer School (July 2019) TBC

Tuition Fees for Pre-Masters (Pathways)

Course Full Course Fee

Business Graduate Certificate

£6,750

Masters Tuition Fees for Arts, Design and Social Science Courses

Course Full Course Fee

 Arts, Design and Social Sciences Courses (1 year route)

£18,250

Conservation of Fine Art MA (Two Years) 

£39,500

Masters Tuition Fees for Business, Finance and Law Courses

Course Full Course Fee

Business and Finance Courses (1 year route)

Business and Finance Courses (2 year route)

£19,750

£22,750

Law Courses (1 year route)  £18,250 
Law Courses (2 year route) £21,250

Legal Postgraduate Diploma LLM 

LLM in Legal Practice LLM

£12,950
Bar Course and Bar Course LLM £12,300

Masters Tuition Fees for Computing, Engineering and Environment Courses

Course Full Course Fee

Computing, Engineering and Environment Courses (1 year route) 

£19,750
Computing, Engineering and Environment Courses (2 year route) £22,750

Masters Tuition Fees for Health, Education and Life Science Courses

Courses Full Course Fee

Health and Life Science Courses (1 year route)

£18,250
Health and Life Science Courses (2 year route) £21,250
*Biology, Food and Nutrition, Forensic Science, Sport and Exercise Science (1 year)   £19,750

*Biology, Food and Nutrition, Forensic Science, Sport and Exercise Science (2 year) 

 £22,750
Occupational and Organisational Psychology MSc (1 year route) £20,550

Occupational Therapy (Pre-Registration) MSc (Two Years)

Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration) MSc (Two Years)

£36,500
Social Work MA (Two Years) TBC

Last updated: 21/11/2023


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