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Fees and living costs

Tuition fees are payable by all study abroad students, unless attending UCL through a reciprocal exchange.

Fees are as follows:

Fees 2014/15

Non-EU students

Band 1:

£15,200 Arts-related subjects, plus Economics and Mathematics.

Band 2:

£20,100 Science and Engineering-related subjects, plus Anthropology, Archaeology, Fine Art, Geography and Psychology.

Tuition fees are shown in the right-hand column of each subject entry.

EU students

£9,000 per year for all subject areas.

Fees 2013/14

Non-EU students

Band 1:

£14,750 Arts-related subjects, plus Economics and Mathematics.

Band 2:

£19,500 Science and Engineering-related subjects, plus Anthropology, Archaeology, Fine Art, Geography and Psychology.

Tuition fees are shown in the right-hand column of each subject entry.

EU students

£9,000 per year for all subject areas.

If you are admitted for the Autumn/Fall Term you will be charged 45% of the appropriate year fee, and if you are admitted for the Spring/Summer Terms you will be charged 55%. If you are jointly admitted to two departments, the tuition fee charged is based on the first-named department of admission.

Living expenses

In addition to the tuition fees stated above, your main costs as a student will be living expenses including accommodation, travel, entertainment, books, food and clothing.

Estimates vary as to how much these costs might be, as much can depend on personal taste and circumstances. A total of £285 per week is considered to be a reasonable average. As a guide to more specific costs, the biggest items per week include accommodation £150, food, toiletries, etc. £50, entertainment £50, travel £10, books and equipment £10, insurance/TV license £5 and clothes £10.


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