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EU/International Postgraduate Research Fees

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

2022/23 Postgraduate Research Fees Information for EU/International Applicants 

This information is for EU/International students with Overseas fee status applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 2022/23. 

Click here for the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) guidance on tuition fee eligibility.

Please note - A standard Full-Time course is 3 years, a standard Part-Time course is 5 years.

Band Details for PhD and MPhil Programmes for 2022/23

Bands  Band Details

Full-Time International 

Fees Per Year

Part-Time International

Fees Per Year

Band 1

Applies to PGR projects that can be completed within standard University-wide PGR resource provision. 

£14,984

£8,990

Band 2

Typically applies to primarily desk-based PGR projects with modest requirements beyond standard University-wide PGR resource provision.*

£16,095

£9,657

Band 3

Applies to PGR projects with project-related requirements as identified for Band 2 and typically also including intensive fieldwork, or intensive access to specialist facilities such as laboratories, studios and associated specialist equipment, software and consumables.

£18,314

£10,998

Band 4 

Shares the typical costs of Bands 2 & 3 and also includes access to premium facilities and/ or consumables.

£21,642

£12,985

Fees Details for PhD by Published Work for 2022/23

  Part-Time and Full-Time International Fees

PhD Published Work

(staff-only fee)

TBC

PhD Published Work

(for alumni, those with a formal academic association, or partner organisations) 

TBC

*Typical project-related requirements include:

  • Travel and subsistence for off-campus data collection, project meetings, conferences/research symposia (match-funded by appropriate RIS/external funding).
  • Fees/charges for conferences (match-funded by appropriate RIS/external funding), publication, health, safety and well-being requirements, specialist services such as translation.
  • Consumables of modest cost to support data collection/analysis activity and to meet health and safety requirements.
  • Specialist hardware or software of modest cost specific to the project.

For Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) fees please see individual course pages.

Last updated: 14/10/2021

2021/22 Postgraduate Research Fees Information for International Applicants 

This information is for students applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 2021/22. 

Click here for the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) guidance on tuition fee eligibility.

Please note - A standard Full-Time course is 3 years, a standard Part-Time course is 5 years.

Band Details for PhD and MPhil Programmes for 2021/22

Bands  Band Details

Full-time International 

Fees Per Year

Part-time International

Fees Per Year

Band 1

Applies to PGR projects that can be completed within standard University-wide PGR resource provision. 

£14,619

£8,771

Band 2

Typically applies to primarily desk-based PGR projects with modest requirements beyond standard University-wide PGR resource provision.*

£15,702

£9,421

Band 3

Applies to PGR projects with project-related requirements as identified for Band 2 and typically also including intensive fieldwork, or intensive access to specialist facilities such as laboratories, studios and associated specialist equipment, software and consumables.

£17,867

£10,720

Band 4 

Shares the typical costs of Bands 2 & 3 and also includes access to premium facilities and/ or consumables.

£21,114

£12,668

Fees Details for PhD by Published Work for 2021/22

  Part-time and Full-time International Fees

PhD Published Work

(staff-only fee)

£1,230

PhD Published Work

(for alumni, those with a formal academic association, or partner organisations) 

£7,000

*Typical project-related requirements include:

  • Travel and subsistence for off-campus data collection, project meetings, conferences/research symposia (match-funded by appropriate RIS/external funding).
  • Fees/charges for conferences (match-funded by appropriate RIS/external funding), publication, health, safety and well-being requirements, specialist services such as translation.
  • Consumables of modest cost to support data collection/analysis activity and to meet health and safety requirements.
  • Specialist hardware or software of modest cost specific to the project.

For Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) fees please see individual course pages.

 Last updated: 26/02/21

 

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