This fees schedule lists the tuition fees for each undergraduate programme offered by UCL in the 2018 to 2019 academic year.
On 12 October 2017, the UK Government announced that there would be no change to the tuition fee cap for UK/EU Undergraduate students for the academic year 2018/19. New entrants in 2018/19 will pay £9,250 for full-time study and £4,625 for part-time study. This fee is for the first year of study only.
In the academic year 2018/19, continuing UK/EU Undergraduate students will continue to pay tuition fees in their existing fee structure, as follows:
|2017/18 entrants:||£9,250 (FT) / £4,625 (PT)|
|2012/13 to 2016/17 entrants:||£9,000 (FT) / £4,500 (PT)|
In future years, fees for continuing students who commenced their programme in in 2017-18 or later may be subject to an inflationary increase, if the government increases the current fee cap beyond £9,250. Fees will remain at £9,000 (FT) and £4,500 (PT) for students who commenced between 2012-13 and 2016-17 and continue into academic years beyond 2018-19.
For International (Overseas) undergraduate students, UCL has implemented ‘Fixed Fees’ from 2018/19. The Overseas fee values published below, unless otherwise indicated in the fee notes for each programme, are the fees that will be charged to 2018/19 entrants for each year of study on the programme. For example, International (Overseas) students starting the BSc Physics in 2018/19 will pay £25,960 in 2018/19, £25,960 in 2019/20 and £25,960 in 2020/21.
This change provides greater clarity from the outset about how much a programme will cost in total. UCL believes this is a positive step towards transparency, as well as providing a better opportunity for students to budget in advance.
Continuing students from 2017/18 or earlier will remain in their existing fee structure, so may be subject to an annual increase in subsequent years of study of up to 5%.
Entrants in 2019/20 or later (including deferred students) will pay different fees which will be published in August 2018.
If you're planning on studying abroad as part of your degree, you can see how that may affect your fees on the Study Abroad website.