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Fees and Scholarships
Fees for the 2014-15 academic year
£11,850 for full-time
£23,000 for full-time
UGI Masters Prize Scholarships 2 of £2,000 each (paid towards tuition fees).
These are available to the outstanding overseas students who are offered a place on the course but are experiencing financial hardship. To apply please fill in an application form by 1st August 2014 and send to Dr Elvira Mambetisaeva by email: email@example.com
Applications for funding from any of the links below need to be made independently of your application for the MSc
Paying your tuition fees
Your tuition fees will normally be quoted on your offer letter. Shortly before you are due to enrol you will be sent further details about making your payment although all of the information is available at www.ucl.ac.uk/current-students/money
Your can pay your tuition fee in two equal installments and no more than two are permitted. You must pay at least 50% of your tuition fee before or at enrollment to become fully enrolled, or provide a letter of sponsorship indicating who should be invoiced for your fees. If at least 50% of the amount due is not paid at this point, the student will receive Time Limited Enrollment. The second installment is due by 1 February (within the same academic year). It is not necessary to complete an application form or pay a fee in order to pay by installments; paying 50% of fees due at enrollment will amend our system.
Specific enquiries relating to fees should be directed to:
UCL Fees and Credit Control Section
TEL +44 (0)20 7679 4125/4128
In addition to paying your tuition fees you will also need to consider how you are going to meet your living costs while you are studying. Funds will be required to cover the costs of your accommodation, food and travel as well as other costs associated with your studies, such as books, and everyday life, such as clothes and entertainment.
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