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Tuition fees

We know that money can be a worrying topic for most students. So this section sets out clearly and simply what you need to pay for and when.

UK/EU students' fees

UCL's tuition fees for students commencing in the academic year 2017/18 are set at £9,250 for UK and EU students on the vast majority of undergraduate programmes. UCL reserves the right to increase its fees in line with government policy (including on an annual basis for each year of study during a programme). UK/EU fees may be subject to increase for those commencing study in the academic year 2018/19 and for each year of study thereafter.

Note for EU students: UK withdrawal from the European Union

EU students who have accepted a place on a programme as a Home/EU fee student for entry in the academic year 2017/18 will pay the same tuition fees as UK students for the duration of the student's enrolment on that specific programme (subject to any annual increase in accordance with the applicable terms and conditions and the UCL fees schedule).

For EU students accepting a place on a programme as a Home/EU fee student for entry in the academic year 2018/19, the UK Government has now confirmed that funding arrangements will also allow them to pay the same tuition fees as UK students for the duration of the student's enrolment on that specific programme (subject to any annual increase in accordance with the applicable terms and conditions and the UCL fees schedule).

In addition, they will remain eligible for financial support in the form of student loans and grants in 2018/19, even if the degree concludes after the UK's exit from the EU.

Read the UK Government statement here: www.gov.uk/government/news/government-confirms-funding-for-eu-students-for-2018-to-2019

No up-front fees

You can apply to the Student Loans Company for a Tuition Fee Loan and your fees will be paid directly to UCL on your behalf.

EU students starting their studies in 2017 will still be eligible for student loans and grants for the duration of their degree.

EU students starting their studies in 2018 will also remain eligible for financial support in the form of student loans and grants in 2018/19, even if the degree concludes after the UK's exit from the EU. Read the UK Government statement here: www.gov.uk/government/news/government-confirms-funding-for-eu-students-for-2018-to-2019

Loan repayments

Loan repayments are only made once you have left university and are earning over £21,000 per year. You pay back 9% of everything you earn above the £21,000 threshold.

As an example, a person with an income of £25,000 would pay back 9% of £4,000, that is £360 a year or £30 a month (figures correct at time of publication).