As well as tuition fees, there are a number of other costs that you will need to factor in to your university experience.
In 2017-18 the cost of tuition fees is £9,250 per year.
Tuition fees for students from the UK and European Union change on a yearly basis.
Important message to EU students
On October 11th 2016 Jo Johnson, Minister for Universities and Science, announced that EU students who enrol at a UK University in September 2017 will have access to loan support for the duration of their studies. It has also been confirmed that tuition fee levels for EU students who enter UK Higher Education in September 2017 will remain at the same level of that of UK students for the duration of their studies. Please see the fees website for further information.
Visit the Queen Mary website for more information on fees.
Tuition fees for International applicants
In 2017-18 the cost of international tuition fees is £14,500.
Tuition fees for international applicants change on a yearly basis.
Visit the International section of the Queen Mary website for more information about fees.
If you have any queries about your application our International Office will be happy to help.
As well as the tuition fees, other costs you should consider are residential, subsistence (e.g. groceries and bills), books and, of course, socialising!
One of the many advantages of Queen Mary is that we are a campus-based university. This means that we have high quality student accommodation on-site, just a short walk from the school and lecture theatres, shops, restaurants, bars and other campus facilities.
Details of campus accommodation can be found on the Residences website.
The Residences team have a wealth of experience in private lettings too, so even if you decide to live off campus, they can offer help and advice on finding accommodation.
Support and advice
The costs of university can seem quite daunting. If you have any queries about financial matters our fantastic Advice and Counselling team are on hand to assist.
Both applicants and students have access to their services.
If you are a UK applicant, you may be entitled to financial assistance from Directgov’s Student Finance service.
If you are an international applicant, the UKCISA website is a great source of advice. They can provide you with a range of information, from what it’s like living and studying in the UK to a budget calculator to help you stay on top of your finances.
Guidance for parents and teachers
If you a parent or guardian and your child is considering applying to university, you may find the Parents/Guardians Guide to HE [PDF] guide helpful.
If you are a teacher or careers adviser, you may find the Teachers Guide to HE [PDF] a useful resource.