Tuition fees for 2018 entry

Postgraduate fees vary depending on course, mode and level of study.

Find out if you need to pay a deposit towards your tuition fees in order to secure your place of study.

Postgraduate taught fees

For postgraduate taught course fees please see the individual course entry.

Part-time students

Unless otherwise stated, part-time fees are shown as the cost for one year of study, and fees will be payable for each subsequent year of study. For an approximate total cost therefore, fees should be multiplied by the number of years of study.

Continuing students

The fees listed are for students starting their courses in 2018/19. Fees for continuing students may be different. Please contact fees@cardiff.ac.uk if you have any queries.

Standalone modules

Fees for standalone modules for 2018 entry:

Stand alone module fees

Stand alone module fees

13 December 2017

Fees for 2018/19 stand alone module fees.

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Deposits

All applicants to School of Medicine and School of Dentistry programmes are required to pay a deposit of £1,000 with the exception of Clinical Dental courses and MSc Clinical Dermatology which require a deposit of £5,000. For more details view our information on postgraduate deposits. Applicants to courses in the Centre for Professional Legal Studies, in our School of Law and Politics will be subject to a separate deposit process and information regarding this will be communicated separately by the Centre.

Students from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man

Standard fees for students from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Please contact fees@cardiff.ac.uk for your specific course fee.

Students from the Channel Islands and Isle of ManFull time (£) tuition fee per annumPart time (£) tuition fee per annum
Arts courses9,0004,500
Science courses10,5005,250
Clinical courses24,675

Postgraduate research fees

Paying tuition fees

You can pay your tuition fees in one of the following ways:

  • payment in full before or on enrolment
  • payment by direct debit in three instalments (normally payable in November, January and April), or in one instalment if the sum due is £300 or less
  • if direct debit is not an option, payment of one-third of the fee before or on enrolment, followed by payment of one-third of the fee in January and April.

For more information on paying fees, please see our new student pages.

Fees status for international students

Tuition fees status is determined during the processing of applications, so we are unable to confirm this in advance or advise on fees status decisions.

If you are unsure of your fee status, refer to our guiding principles of fee assessment.