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If you are looking to study an undergraduate course or a postgraduate research degree, you do not need to pay a tuition fee deposit. If you're applying to one of our postgraduate taught courses however, please read on!

Depending on your assigned fee status and the course you apply for, you may need to pay a tuition fee deposit. If you are a self-funding overseas fee paying applicant and you receive an offer from us, you will be required to pay a tuition fee deposit of £1000 for the vast majority of our courses but the amount does vary for some courses.

Our Business School MSc courses require a £2000 deposit from International applicants and £500 from Home, Islands and EU applicants. The Full Time MBA course requires a £1000 deposit from International applicants and a £500 deposit from Home, Islands and EU applicants.

Anybody made an offer for one of our postgraduate taught Archaeology courses will need to pay a deposit. For Home, Islands and EU applicants, a deposit of £500 is payable and International applicants are required to pay a £1000 tuition fee deposit.

Deposits must normally be paid within 6 weeks of receiving an offer however it may be necessary to pay this sooner if you apply close to the course start date. The exact deposit due date is stated in all of our offer letters.

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