- UK/EU: £11,250
- International: £26,500
- UK/EU: £6,167
- International: £15,540
Please note that the MSc fee includes the clinical observership, but the PGDip does not, hence the difference in fee levels.
If you are a international student working in a UK/EU hospital you may be eligible for the part-time programme.
Self funding students can choose to pay in instalments by direct debit
Learn more about fees and funding
For EU students applying for the 2020/21 academic year
The UK Government has confirmed that EU students will continue to be eligible for 'home fee status' for entry in September 2020, and will continue to have access to eligible financial support via the Postgraduate Masters or Doctoral loan for the duration of their course. For more information visit the gov.uk website.
You can also visit our EU Referendum information page for more information and updates.
Please note: There is a £50 non-refundable application fee for this course. Applicants will need to pay a £300 non-refundable deposit at the point of accepting an offer to study on this programme. The deposit is put towards payment of fees when students join the course.
Postgraduate Loans for Masters students
As a UK resident you can apply for a government loan for postgraduate Masters study. This is a contribution towards the costs of study and whether the loan is used towards fees, maintenance or other costs will be at the discretion of the student.
Find out more about the Postgraduate Loan.
Birmingham Masters Scholarship Scheme
The University of Birmingham is offering over 60 awards of £2,000, based on academic and professional performance. Applications are now open. Deadline for applications is Friday 31 July 2020.
Find out more and apply now