Funding your studies

How much will it cost to attend University?

When you are planning your finances for studying at our Dubai campus, you will need to consider two main costs:

  • Tuition fees, which are your contribution to the cost of learning
  • Living costs, which include travel, accommodation, food and day-to-day expenses

Tuition fees

Studying at a UK university in Dubai means that you will need to pay an annual fee for your tuition, which covers the costs associated with teaching, examinations and graduation.

Your annual tuition fee depends on the level at which you study, but for undergraduates the fee paid in your first year will remain constant across all years of study with no increase for the duration of your course.

If you are made an offer to study by the university your tuition fees will be confirmed in your offer letter.

To find out more about our fees please visit your chosen programme page for more information.

Securing your place

As a condition of study you must pay a tuition fee deposit of AED 5,000 at the time of accepting your offer, but exceptions will apply for example if your fees are paid by a recognised sponsor. 

Payment options

Your deposit is an advance payment of tuition fees and will be deducted from the fees charged to you after you register for your course.

You can either pay the outstanding tuition fee for the academic year at the start of your programme or benefit from a termly instalment payment plan. 

Living Costs

The cost of living in Dubai will be dependent upon your lifestyle choice but it is possible to live economically if you shop wisely and budget carefully. Basic products are services are reasonably priced and there are regular sales and promotions on consumer goods.

You will need to consider costs such as visas, accommodation and transport.