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EU/International Masters Tuition Fees

Everything you need to know about EU/International Masters fees at Northumbria University. Navigate between the tabs to find out more about our fees for different academic years.

 

22/23 Tuition Fees Information for EU/International Applicants

This information is for students with Overseas fees status, applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 22/23. If you are looking for 21/22 fees, please visit the course page.

Tuition Fees for English Language and Qualifying Programmes

Course Full Course Fee
English & Study Skills 1 Semester £3,250
English & Study Skills 2 Semesters £6,000
11 Week Summer School (June 2019) £3,250
6 Week Summer School (July 2019) £1,600

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)

 

£16,500

Conservation of Fine Art MA (Two Years)

Fine Art MA (Two Years)

£26,400

Masters Tuition Fees for Business, Finance and Law Courses

Course Full Course Fee

Business, Finance and Law Courses (1 year route)

£16,500
Business, Finance and Law Courses (2 year route) £19,500

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) 

£16,500
 

Computing, Engineering and Environment Courses (2 year route)

£19,500

Masters Tuition Fees for Health, Education and Life Science Courses

Courses Full Course Fee

Health, Education and Life Science Courses (1 year route)

£16,500
Health, Education and Life Science Courses (2 year route) £19,500
Occupational and Organisational Psychology MSc TBC

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

Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration) MSc (Two Years)

 

£33,000
Social Work MA (Two Years) £33,000

Last updated: 10/02/2022

21/22 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 21/22. If you are looking for 20/21 fees, please visit the course page.

Tuition Fees for English Language and Qualifying Programmes

Course Full Course Fee
English & Study Skills 1 Semester £3,250
English & Study Skills 2 Semesters £6,500
11 Week Summer School (June 2019) £3,250
6 Week Summer School (July 2019) £1,600

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)

 

£16,000

Conservation of Fine Art MA (Two Years)

Fine Art MA (Two Years)

£25,400

Masters Tuition Fees for Business, Finance and Law Courses

Course Full Course Fee

Business, Finance and Law Courses (1 year route)

£16,000
Business, Finance and Law Courses (2 year route) £19,000 

Legal Postgraduate Diploma LLM 

LLM in Legal Practice LLM

£12,600
 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) 

£16,000
 

Computing, Engineering and Environment Courses (2 year route)

£19,000 

Masters Tuition Fees for Health, Education and Life Science Courses

Courses Full Course Fee

Health, Education and Life Science Courses (1 year route)

£16,000
Health, Education and Life Science Courses (2 year route) £19,000 
 Occupational and Organisational Psychology MSc £16,800 

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

Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration) MSc (Two Years)

 

£32,000
Social Work MA (Two Years) £32,000

Last updated: 15/12/2020


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