MSc Fees and Financing

Fees for 2016/17

Masters degree programmeUK / EU studentsInternational students
Development Economics  £6,570  £16,170
Economics £6,570 £16,170
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics MSc £6,570 £16,170
Financial Management £8,370 £18,900
Financial Economics £12,060 £16,920
Human Resource Management £8,370** £17,580**
Human Resource Management (CIPD pathway)  £8,920** £18,130**
International Accounting and Finance £8,370 £17,580
International Business £12,060 £18,900
International Economics £6,570 £16,170
International Marketing £10,080 £17,580
International Money and Banking £12,060 £16,920
Investments £8,370 £17,580
Management £10,080 £18,900
Management: Entrepreneurship & Innovation £10,080 £18,900
Management: Operations £10,080 £18,900
Management: Organisational Leadership & Change £10,080 £18,900
Management: Strategy £10,080 £18,900
Marketing £10,080 £17,580
Marketing Communications £10,080 £17,580
Mathematical Finance £16,920*** £16,920***
Money, Banking and Finance £12,060 £16,920
Strategic Marketing and Consulting £10,080 £17,580
MSc 24-months programme (year one)/GDBA £6,720* £13,860*

*These fees relate to Year 1 of the 2-year programme. The relevant MSc fees shown above are then payable in addition for Year 2 of the 24-month programme.

** £50 application fee applies. The Human Resource Management with CIPD Pathway fee includes £550 CIPD fee.

*** If made an offer to study this course, a £500 deposit is required to secure your place.

Living costs

A single student at the University should allow between £7,500 and £10,000 per calendar year for living expenses. This figure allows a modest student life and does not include the cost of travel from your home country to the UK if you're an international student, buying and running a car or mobile phone or having holidays.

For more information on fees and finances visit our Finance Office website.