International
International Fees and Finance

Fees

Our fees for international students are estimated at £10,350 per year and are reviewed annually.

As well as your tuition fees, we also estimate that you’ll need approximately £8,000 each academic year to meet accommodation, food, books and entertainment costs.  If you'd like a letter from the University of Greenwich to assist your visa application you’ll be asked to pay a £2,500 deposit.

Find more information on the fees from the University of Greenwich.

Accommodation

Our accommodation is priced on a half-board basis and costs £105 per week.  All residential students are asked to pay a £210 deposit. This deposit is refundable at the end of the year if the terms and conditions are met. These conditions include things like the room being handed back in the condition it was let in and no additional room key charges.

Additional fees

Some courses have additional costs. These could be for trips, special clothing and materials or equipment. We’ll tell you about all of these additional costs with the course information, and full details are also available from the Admissions Office.

Other additional fees:

  • Student identity card  £15 (compulsory)
  • NUS card   £11 (optional)
  • College services fee  £20 (optional)
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