UCL Graduate degrees


Fees and funding

Bursaries and funding

We understand that deciding to undertake a teacher training programme is a big investment. The UK government provide various funding sources to support you through your teacher training programme. It’s not guaranteed, but there are different options you may be entitled to depending on the route you’ve chosen, the subject you want to teach and your personal circumstances. Visit the UCL Scholarships website for more information.

Tuition fees

Fee levels for teacher training programmes will vary considerably, reflecting the costs associated with different types of degree in different subjects, whether your training is undertaken on a full-time or a part-time basis, and also depending on your fee classification as a UK, EU, Overseas or Channel Islands/Isle of Man student (this will be confirmed with your offer of a place at UCL).

The fee levels shown below are for the 2021/22 session (unless stated otherwise). Fees cover registration, tuition and supervision for each academic session, and are subject to an annual increase.

UK fees

Full-time annual fee

EYITT (Mainstream and employment pathways)£TBC*
PGCE Primary and Secondary including School Direct (Tuition Fees)£9,250

Overseas fees

Full-time annual fee 
EYITT (Mainstream and employment pathways)£TBC
PGCE Primary and Secondary including School Direct (Tuition Fee)£21,600

* A Department of Education grant is available to cover the full cost of Tuition fees. This is paid directly to UCL on your behalf. Please check the UCL Students website for updates.